# Angle ASB

On a circle with a radius of 10 cm and with a center S, the points A, B, and C are given so that the central angle ASB is 60 degrees and the central angle ASC is 90 degrees. Find the length of the circular arc and the amount of AB and AC offsets.

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### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

**geometry**- vector
**arithmetic**- addition
**planimetrics**- Pythagorean theorem
- right triangle
- circle
- triangle
- circular arc

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