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Diagram in comments! Thanks!

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    what's the question?

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    If GF is a median of isosceles GIJ then JGF= IGF write a two column proof

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    Sorry was typing the question after I posted the diagram

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    here in trg JGF and IGF JG=IG (given isosceles GIJ) GF=GF (common side to both) IF=FJ (as GF is median hence F is the mid-point of IJ) hence trg JGF and IGF are congruent (SSS) thus JGF= IGF

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    Thanks!

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