geometry

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

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

    posted by Scott
  2. AD=9

    posted by Anonymous

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