E-Math – Properties of Circles – Find x and y using isosceles triangles and opposite angles #twjPropertiesOfCircles

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Draw a dotted line to form a cyclic quadrilateral. You notice that the quadrilateral consist of two isosceles triangles. Use properties of isosceles and angle in opposite segment to find the values of x and y.

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