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It's not a big part of what the paragraph is about, so in theory I could just skip it, but it's been killing me to not know! Granted, I haven't brushed up on my Trig. for about, what, 3 years now (aside from the basic stuff that I've so far used in First Year Undergrad Physics and Math), so I'm probably missing something.

I tried drawing the "triangles" and trying to find out if there are any opposite/alternate equal angles, but... nothing. The book itself doesn't even mention it beyond the graph, it just takes the equality for granted.

Any kind of help is appreciated!