Proofs Geometry
posted by Allan .
What is the statement and the reason for Given: and mEGF∠=60 mAGF∠=°90; Prove: mAGB∠=°30.
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Since we have no diagram, and it is very important where A and B are in relation to E and F, more information is needed here.
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