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Draw a triangle AEB , where the segment EB is divided in to E-D-C-B

Note: Sorry about the triangle...assume all lines are straight

In the figure above, segments AD and AC divide angle EAB in to three
nonoverlapping angles that are equal in measure.
Are AE and AB equal in length ?

1. AD = AC
2. AC = CB
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Is it (A) ?
From (1) We can show angles across both sides are equal. Suff.
(2) Insuff.
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