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    plz explain briefly the steps to solve this ....
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    It might help to have a better diagram, where OB looks more like it equals BC.

    Start by marking what you know. Which lines have equal length? Which angles are equal? Then see what you can work out from there.
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    plz explain briefly the steps to solve this ....
    There is no ACY

    as gohstwalker says .... Mark all angles that you know

    You should know another y

    And then two angles that are 2y
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)

    as gohstwalker says .... Mark all angles that you know
    I see you're taking over from Mr M.

    One can only deplore the standards of education in English nowadays.
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    I see you're taking over from Mr M.

    One can only deplore the standards of education in English nowadays.
    The auto correct wanted 2 words so I just said No!
 
 
 
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