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Given: ΔАВС, m∠ACB = 90° CD⊥AB,m∠ACD =60°
BC = 6 cm.
Find: АD

  • geometry -

    check the naming of the angles
    ... the middle letter is the vertex
    ... ACB AND ACD can't be in the same triangle

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