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In square ABCD, circle P is tangent to the square and the quarter circle centered...........what is the measure of ∠ECD?

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In square ABCD, circle P is tangent to the square and the quarter circle centered at A. If CE is tangent to circle P, what is the measure of ∠ECD?

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posted Aug 13, 2020 by Anshika Utadi

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