# Angle Bisector

Pro Problems > Math > Geometry > Triangles## Angle Bisector

In the diagram shown,

m ∠DCF = 80

m ∠ACF = 30

m ∠FBD = 50.

If segment BF bisects ∠ABD, find m ∠BAC.

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