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in triangle abc ad is bisector of angle a and angle b is twice of angle c prove that angle bac is equal to 72

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Steve
Not enough information. What does ad have to do with anything?
Now, if bad = abd, then we have
x + 2x + 2x = 180, so x = 36
and bac = acb = 72
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