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Strange Rectangle

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Stage: 5 Challenge Level: Challenge Level:1

Think about angle $APB$.

You might like to use dynamic geometry software to help with this problem. You can download geogebra for free from geogebra.org. We have pre-drawn a diagram if this is useful to you.