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find the values of x and y

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    The sides AC and AB are equal. Hence the angles ABC and ACB must be equal. I'm assuming the line AD to be a perpendicular bisector. Hence 47+47+2y =180. You can find y. Again you can find x by the following equation. x+47+y=180

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