Consider the isosceles triangle with AB = AC. Suppose the angle bisector of B intersects the side AC at D and that BC = BD + AD. Determine the angle A.

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Consider the isosceles triangle with AB = AC. Suppose the angle bisector of B intersects the side AC at D and that BC = BD + AD. Determine the angle A.

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Wanna use trig, or regular plane geometry?
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I was looking at this last night. I'm trying to find my notes on it.
ok, i'm trying to solve this, but this one is really hard...
Yeah, I'm trying combinations of law of cosines and law of sines.
but nothing yet
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I will have to make a better drawing.....Answer s/b 100, I think....
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what is "s/b 100"?
should be
ohh ok i got it
thank you so much!
yw:-)
hey where you get this 180° -5(Betha) = 4(Betha) ?
ADB is 3 Beta
yes but i still don't see how to get 4 Beta...
look at triangle AED
For 180-5 Beta.
yes that i got
but them you set this equal to 4 beta, then i'm lost...
BD = BE so 4 Beta
ohhhh now i see
thank you soo much!
yw:-)

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