# Calculate 6539

Calculate the magnitude of the angle formed by the lines p and q, which connect 1, 6 (line p), and 5, 8 (line q) on the clock face.

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**geometry**- line
- vector
- inscribed angle theorem
**arithmetic**- absolute value
**planimetrics**- circle
**basic functions**- reason

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