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In circle O, angle AOB forms a central angle and defines a sector (shown in light red). Minor arc AB is formed by tracing the circle clockwise from A to B. Major arc BA is formed by tracing the circle clockwise from B to A.

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    A central angle is an angle which vertex is the center of a circle, and whose sides pass through...

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current13:24, January 11, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 13:24, January 11, 2012320 × 340 (35 KB)Kaimbridge (Talk | contribs)In circle O, angle AOB forms a central angle and defines a sector (shown in light red). Minor arc AB is formed by tracing the circle clockwise from A to B. Major arc BA is formed by tracing the circle clockwise from B to A.

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