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2 circles touch internally at point P and a chord AB of the circle of larger radius intersects the other circle in C and D.Which of the following holds true?
a. angle(CPA)= DPB
b. 2( angle(CPA) =CPB
c. angle( APX)= ADP
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2 circles touch internally at point P and a chord AB of the circle of larger radius intersects the other circle in C and D.Which of the following holds true?
a. angle(CPA)= DPB
b. 2( angle(CPA) =CPB
c. angle( APX)= ADP


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