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Topic: Very tough geometry problem-
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Sujeet Kumar

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Very tough geometry problem-
Posted: Nov 13, 2010 9:30 AM
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Here is a very tough geometry problem-
Q.In quadrilateral ABCD , where AD,DC, CB and BA are sides, whereas AC and BD are diagonals.
BC=AC.Angle BCA=x degree.Angle ABD=[30-(x/2)] degree and angle BAD=150 degree.
Find angle BDC.



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