Can anyone help me with this? I got C but the answer sheet has D. Aren’t the angles opposite to equal sides be equal?

The correct answer should be **D**. Bisectors of opposite sides are angle bisectors only in case of isosceles and equilateral triangles. Here, the type of triangle is not given.

Also, I think the theorem - **Angles opposite to equal sides are equal** holds true only when we are considering a single triangle. In this case the angles belong to two different smaller triangles.

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