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Topic: Number one geometry problem
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Mary Krimmel

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Re: Number one geometry problem
Posted: Dec 29, 2010 11:23 AM
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> Following is geometry problem no.-1 :-
> Q.In a triangle ABC, point P is taken so that angle
> ABP=x degree=angle ACP and angle ABC=30 degree=angle
> PCB.Find angle PAC,


This is an interesting problem. I cannot solve it, but I find the "answer" to be (60-2x) degrees, 0<x<30.



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