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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
replace mouth with angle above

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Oh wait! It says
You could confirm your answer, by Seeing if they are congruent.. By the way, yes, you are correct ..
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!
right, CD < AD is correct. which is same as AD > CD
the diagram over there is misleading, letus draw our own diagram showing PROPER angles
@ganeshie8 : Isn't AD=CD here ?
Oh yeah, !! The diagram is over misleading!!! :P
But it is AD > CD for the answer right?? ahahha
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!
Well that's dumb... hah! I still wonder where in life I'll use this..... NO WHERE! lol Thank ya!!!

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