Tangents AB and AC are drawn to a circle through a point A on the outside of the circle, which has center O. If AO = 36.72 and the radius of the circle is 15.84, find the angle BAC made by the two tangents.
Draw a circle with a point A above the circle. Draw a line from A so that it just touches the upper left side of the circle, then draw a line from A so it just touches the upper right side of the circle. There is your diagram. The points of intersection are B and C.
Here's my advice. Download any one of numerous free dynamic geometry programs. Spend a little time in learning to use it. Then draw your own pictures. Besides being able to produce accurate diagrams, the construction of a given figure generally forces you to think about the geometry/trigonometry required. It took me all of 10 minutes to draw the annotated figure.
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