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Two Midpoints of a Trapezoid
Let ABC be a triangle. Let D be a point on AB and DE be parallel to AC with E on BC. Let AE and DC intersect at F. Let BF intersect DE at N and AC at M. Then DN = NE and AM = MC.
Contributed by:
Jay Warendorff
After work by:
Antonio Gutierrez
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Trapezoid: Triangle, Diagonals, Midpoints, Bases
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Contributed by:
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Antonio Gutierrez
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