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IN circle O. PA and PB are tangents (the figure is not drawn to scale )Consider what you know about circles. How can this help you use one of the triangle congruence theorems? What do you know
about the relationship of angles in congruent triangles and circles? Think about how you can use angle AOP to calculate angle BOD.
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