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Geometry, difficulty level 3. AB and CB are tangents to a circle, with A and C on the circle and B their intersection. D is a point on the minor arc AC, and a tangent is drawn at D, which intersects the AB at E and CB at F. What is the perimeter of EFB? | |

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