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# In the given figure, AB is a diameter of the circle and points C and D are on the circumference such that ∠CAD = 30°and ∠CBA = 70° what is the measure of ACD? A. 40°B. 50°C. 30°D. 90°

According to theorem the angle subtended by a diameter on the circumference of a circle is 90° ACB = 90°

Angle subtended by chord AC on major segment = ABC = 70°

Angle subtended on minor segment = 180–70 = 110° = ADC

As sum of angles of triangle ADC = 180° ACD = 180–30–110 = 40°

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