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    triangle ABC

    a triangle ABC,D ∈ AC, m< A = 4x, m< C = 3x, m< CBD = 5x,

    and AB = CD. Find x

    (Here m< means "the degree of angle)

    x (xdeg)
    Last edited by perash; March 4th 2008 at 10:59 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by perash View Post
    a triangle ABC,D ∈ AC, m< A = 4x, m< C = 3x, m< CBD = 5x,
    and AB = CD. Find x
    Not quite sure what construction you have here, presuming the ABC label vertexes and D is a point on the line AC, what do you mean by m< A = 4x, m< C = 3x? is x a length (in which case A=4x doesn't seem to make sense) or is m a length equal to 4x in which case what is m<A supposed to mean?
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