Central angle, as the name suggests is an angle made at the center. Central angles are formed by the hour, minute and seconds hand of a traditional clock. Indeed the three hands make three central angle at instant of time, each angle formed by any two hands of the clock.
Central angle is an important geometric idea based on which many other concepts are defined and theorems proved. Let us look how the central angle is defined and how it is used in solving geometric problems.
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