# Difficult Geometry problem

## Difficult Geometry problem

This geometry problem is beyond MC, so... Here it is...

There are two possible triangles with AB = 13, BC = 10, and angle A = 40 degrees. What is the sum of the two possible values of angle B?

There are two possible triangles with AB = 13, BC = 10, and angle A = 40 degrees. What is the sum of the two possible values of angle B?

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