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In the Figure, $$\angle PQR= \angle PRQ$$, then prove that $$\angle PQS= \angle PRT$$


SOLUTION
Given that,  $$\angle PQR=\angle PRQ$$

from above figure, we have, 
$$\angle PQS=180-\angle PQR$$   

$$\angle PRT=180-\angle PRQ$$

$$\angle PRT=180-\angle PQR$$

$$\therefore \angle PQS=\angle PRT$$
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