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  1. anonymous
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    Triangle ABC has AB=9, AC=8 and BC=4. Line segment AC is extended to D in such a way that angle CED=angle CAB. What is lenght of the line segment CD? Express your answer as a common fraction

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    |dw:1328764582200:dw|

  3. IsTim
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    Can you use Pythagorean Theorem?

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    Oh wait. I see now.

  5. anonymous
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    no because angel C is not a right angle

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    Angle CED = Angle CAB. Where is the "E" in Angle CED?

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    sorry my mistake, it's suppose to be CBD

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    |dw:1328764988686:dw|

  9. anonymous
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    can you clarify that?

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    angle ACB and BCD are similar?

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    Can you clarify?

  12. anonymous
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    but which side correspound with which?

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    you mean angle B = angle A. DB is common is both?

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    ok, I see.

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    Thanks!

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