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Angles & relationships. I answered th Q, just need it checked.

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    hint : small mouth eats less; wide mouth eats more

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    replace mouth with angle above

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    Oh wait! It says <DBC = 65 degrees ? I mean, shouldn't it be 90. ?

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    You could confirm your answer, by Seeing if they are congruent.. By the way, yes, you are correct ..

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    Then it would be CD is less than AD. But this doesn't make much sense at all. I mean, it's talking about lines... or whatev, but using angles. I am soo confused!

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    right, CD < AD is correct. which is same as AD > CD

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    the diagram over there is misleading, letus draw our own diagram showing PROPER angles

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    @ganeshie8 : Isn't AD=CD here ?

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    Oh yeah, !! The diagram is over misleading!!! :P

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    But it is AD > CD for the answer right?? ahahha

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    |dw:1353946582471:dw|

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    yeah, they made the diagram misleading on purpose, so that we figure out the solution using known theorems. the question says, the diagram is not to scale!

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    Well that's dumb... hah! I still wonder where in life I'll use this..... NO WHERE! lol Thank ya!!!

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