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stefan has set up a right triangle EFG on the side of a river such that FG measures 20m and angle DEF measures 60 degrees. EG bisects angle DEF. determine the width of DG.

I can think of a couple of diagrams that are quite different, depending on whether FG is a leg or the hypotenuse.
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