# If an arc forms 72 degree at center of circle, then what would be ratio of its length to circumference of circle?

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If an arc forms 72 degree at center of circle, then what would be ratio of its length to circumference of circle?
posted Oct 10, 2014

72/360=2/10=1/5 or 0.2

answer Oct 11, 2014 by anonymous

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