I found a neat problem on the web you can look at it http://physics.harvard.edu/undergrad/prob14.pdf [Broken] I've always had fun with these find the angle problems but my solutions on this one seemed a little bit weird. Anyone want to let me know what they got? Heres what I found angle BCA = 20 and angle DBC = 50 (the geometry sure doesn't look that way, but I can't find an error in the way I did it and everything seems to be self consistent with my answers...)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Triangles Problem

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