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Topic: Insipid woderful geometry problem
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Sujeet Kumar

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From: Patna
Registered: 10/21/10
Insipid woderful geometry problem
Posted: Nov 30, 2010 10:39 AM
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Here is a new one-
Q.In a triangle ABC , point P is taken so that angle BCP =30 degree,angle PCA=10 degree, angle CAP=10 degree and angle PAB=100 degree.Find angle PBC.

If you want to discover wonder of mathematics , use only pure geometry.And I don't need to tell how
insipid this problem is ,if you use trigonometry. Choice is yours.



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