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Topic: Geometry Problem
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Re: Geometry Problem
Posted: Feb 18, 2008 5:29 PM
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> Hi all,
> I need help with this problem:
> The angle to find is ECD.
> The matter is solving it without trigonometric functions.
> With trigonometry or by drawing it you can see that the angle to find
> is 20° (sessagesimal) but I can't find it using a simple solution
> (properties of triangles, the parallel postulate and so on).
> Can you solve it?

Interesting problem, couldn't solve it either. I get 4 unknowns but only
3 linearly independent equations.


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