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From an external point *P* , tangents *PA *= *PB *are drawn to a circle with centre *O* . If \[\angle PAB = {50}^o\] , then find \[\angle AOB\]

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#### Solution

It is given that PA and PB are tangents to the given circle.

OB = OA (Radii of the circle)

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