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    Trinagle problem

    ABC is a triangle. D is a point on AB and E is a point on AC. ABC is equal to 20 degrees. DBE=20, EBC=60, DCB=50, ECD=30. Find DEB?

    P.S: All those are angles.
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    are you sure \angle ABC and \angle DBE both are 20 degrees?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamicsagar View Post
    .....ABC is equal to 20 degrees.
    You mean angle BAC = 20 degrees, not angle ABC, right? If so, go see my "geometry puzzle" here:
    http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...le-171296.html
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    Oops! Sorry. Yes, it is BAC and not ABC. Anyway, thanks for the solution!

    Sagar
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