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How to solve angle addition postulate?

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To solve your angle degree you first need to know some of your sides. Bisect your angle let say with A. The sides of you angle are P and Q. The point of the bisection is B. So we would have mpba + mabq = mpbq. You can find more information here: www.slideshare.net
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