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Each of the two equal circles passes through the centre of the other. The two circles intersect e...Each of the two equal circles passes through the centre of the other. The two circles intersect each other at points A and B. A straight line through the point A intersects the two circles at points C and D. Prove that triangle BCD is equilateral. Asked by Aaa on 10/4/14 Subject:Math 1 Answer

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