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Topic: A different geometry problem
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Mary Krimmel

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Re: A different geometry problem
Posted: Dec 10, 2010 10:56 AM
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> In a triangle ABC, a point P such as angle PAB = 30
> deg,
> angle PAC = 20 deg, angle PBA = 10 deg, angle __PCB__
> = 70 deg.
> Find the angle PBC.


What do the underline marks mean in "angle __PCB__ = 70 deg"?



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