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# Find the values of x and y such that △ ACB ≅△ ACD

Hint:

### Use the congruent triangles provided and then find the values.

## The correct answer is: x = 6 and y = - 5

### Complete step by step solution:

Here, △ ACB ≅△ ACD

AB = AD and BC = DC

So, and

On solving, we have

And,

Hence, and

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