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# In the graphic above, ABC is an equilateral triangle and ADC is an iso

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In the graphic above, ABC is an equilateral triangle and ADC is an iso  [#permalink]

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In the graphic above, ABC is an equilateral triangle and ADC is an isosceles triangle (AD = CD). If x = 33, what is the value of y?

A. 7

B. 17

C. 27

D. 57

E. Cannot be determined

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Re: In the graphic above, ABC is an equilateral triangle and ADC is an iso  [#permalink]

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04 Sep 2018, 22:21
Since the bigger triangle is equilateral and the smaller isosceles.
Therefore, x+y =60
this implies, y=60-33
Hence Y =27.
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