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  1. UmmmHELP
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    |dw:1358069518453:dw|

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    Diagram not to scale...

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    |dw:1358069619316:dw|

  4. Ganpat
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    |dw:1358069739178:dw| 39 + (3) + 90 = 180... Find 3...

  5. kritima
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    and in the same way you can find angle CAB as the one of the is 90 and another you got from 3 .

  6. UmmmHELP
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    Wait...What?

  7. Ganpat
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    u see, side AB and side AD are congruent.. so angle D shuld be equal to angle D...

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    |dw:1358070207427:dw|

  9. UmmmHELP
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    so 93=180?

  10. Ganpat
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    Angle ADB = 51 degree... = angle ABD....

  11. Ganpat
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    give couple of minutes, keep looking at the figure and note down your observations.. This shall make the problem easier...

  12. kritima
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    yep ! Ganpat is right !

  13. Ganpat
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    @UmmmHELP : do u want to do it once again ??

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    yeah im still confused haha

  15. Ganpat
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    no probs, i will draw a new figure, and explain ....

  16. UmmmHELP
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    Okay thanks

  17. Ganpat
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    |dw:1358070661746:dw| From given figure, Given : angle DAC = 39 , angle AOD = angle AOB = 90 AD = AB, and CD = CB therefore, 1) ADC + AOD + DAO = 180.. sum of angles in triangle = 180 degree.. ADC + 90 + 39 = 180 ADC = 51 degree now angle ADO = Angle ABO as they are similar triangles.. therefore AOD + ABO + BAO = 180 BAO + 51 + 90 = 180 angle BAO = 39 degree...

  18. Ganpat
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    Hope this will help you... and thanks @kritima ...

  19. kritima
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    heheeh ! you explained it well @Ganpat

  20. UmmmHELP
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    Oh okay Thanks

  21. UmmmHELP
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    I have a couple more if you could help? I will post them in a different section if you want me to

  22. Ganpat
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    yeah sure... i can give a try :)

  23. UmmmHELP
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    Okay post on here or new question

  24. Ganpat
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    website policy says, new question on new page.. i mean, not a part of this...

  25. UmmmHELP
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    Okay one sec

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