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Topic: Geometry Proof (Valid Question?)
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Paul Kunkel

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Re: Geometry Proof (Valid Question?)
Posted: Sep 9, 2008 2:03 AM
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> First of all, is this a valid question. Secondly
> could someone please help me solve this proof.


There must be something missing. The figure (as marked, not as drawn) is possible. Angles A and B may have ratio 1:3, but that is not a necessary condition. Therefore, the proof is not possible.

Paul Kunkel



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