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    Anomaly in problem

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    Where did I go wrong?
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    Re: Anomaly in problem

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    Re: Anomaly in problem

    thank you but please tell me what was wrong in what i did.
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    Re: Anomaly in problem

    there is nothing wrong but you did not start the proof at all. you have just used the condition A + B + C = pi to simplify the expression. the proof starts thereafter. That is why I started from where you left ok.
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    Re: Anomaly in problem

    the given condition was A+B+B=pi
    I don't understand how i got A+B+C=pi/2
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