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In the diagram below of quadrilateral ABCD, Line AD is Parallel to Line BC and Angle DAE is congruent oppsite to Angle BCE Line segments AC,DB and FG intersect at E. Prove: Triangle AEF is a congruent oppsite to Triangle CEG

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Sir Plz Post the Diagram Please
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Take Geometrical Approach to solve this Question, or, you can too use Eucliedian Approach to solve this Question.

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how is that
i dont know how to approach it im so lost
Sir Plz Tell How is yourself planning to solve this question.
leave it blank .....
i can say ther perpendicular they inersect at E?
Yes you are going in the correct path, carry on.
can i point out DF is vertical to GB?
DC Parallel to AB
care you gonna help ;(

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