# Is there a way out?

My problem in Maths is only with application of theorems. So please help me by suggesting some ways to do it well. I got 2 theorem questions wrong in my exam. If this is only my problem should I go to some special tuitions for maths to score well? Please help me out

Note by Vishwathiga Jayasankar
2 years, 1 month ago

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Can you post the questions here?

- 2 years ago

Yes I will try posting it I have already posted one.

Can you post the link here? Seems like I can't find it...

- 2 years ago

OIC. For this question you need some theorems which are useful in angle tracing in circles:
arc proportional to subtended angle
angles in semi-circle
And a basic one:
angle sum of triangle
Are you familiar with these theorems?

- 2 years ago

Yes I am familiar with these theorems except the first one you mentioned.

It states that if there are two arcs on a same circle, the ratio of length of these two arcs equals the ratio of the angle (at circumference or at centre, both OK) subtended by these two arcs respectively.

- 2 years ago

Okay I got it.

Thank you

You're welcome. So can you finish the proof now?

- 2 years ago

That's great! I am 張展豪(Cheung Chin Ho in English, or you may call me Brian) ;)

- 2 years ago

yeah thank you again.

You're very welcome!

- 2 years ago

I dunno

- 2 years, 1 month ago

oh

- 2 years, 1 month ago