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Old 04-14-2012   #1
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On my homework I have a question that says, "The points N, R, and P are on the circle below. Point M is in the center of the circle. Connect three points to form a central angle." Below the question it shows a big circle with points R, N, P, and M.
This is on a state test from 2009. My class did not learn what central angles are. Can someone please tell me what a central angle is or what it looks like?

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