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From: Hamilton
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got different answer than one in book
Posted: Feb 28, 2010 7:54 PM
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The problem states: In Triangle ABC,m<B = 120, m<A = 55, and
D is the point on line AC such that line BC bisects < ABC.
Which is the longest side of triangle ABD? I drew a diagram
of a triangle I labeled ABC. I drew a line from <B and labeled the end of it D. C is obviously the largest angle,so the side opposite it should be the longest side. I thought it should be AD, but the book said it was AB. Why would that be?


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