1. In figure A, B and C are three points on a circle with centre O such that
\(\angle{BOC}\) = \(30^\circ\) and \(\angle{AOB}\) = \(60^\circ\). If D is a point on the circle other than the arc ABC, find \(\angle{ADC}\).

Let PQ = QR = PR = X

Let PQ = QR = PR = X

Here, \(\angle{AOC}\) = \(\angle{AOB}\) + \(\angle{BOC}\) = \(60^\circ\) + \(30^\circ\) = \(90^\circ\)

Therefore, Arc ABC makes \(90^\circ\) at the centre of the circle.

Thus, \(\angle{ADC}\) = (1/2) \(\angle{AOC}\) ...(Since, The angle subtended by an arc at the centre is double the angle subtended by it any part of the circle)

i.e., = (1/2) \(90^\circ\) = \(45^\circ\)

Hence, \(\angle{ADC}\) = \(45^\circ\).