In a Triangle ABC, where BC is produced to point D. an interior bisector divides Angle A to meet side BC at point E . prove that Angle ABC + Angle ACD = 2 Angle AEC ....
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Asked by Poornima Sastry | 28th Jul, 2015, 05:32: PM
Answered by Prasenjit Paul | 29th Jul, 2015, 10:58: AM
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