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So, as a little foreword to you, as a tip when writing formal proofs and deducing data, since it's the main goal in Euclidean geometry.
Whever we write a proof, we will always... ALWAYS, work with the given information an pre-knowledge of geometry.
With that I mean, you only have to relate the given information to draw a conclusion and with the new data, you can go further.
To the given information we call "hypothesis" wich, in difference of the verbal definition of "hypothesis", as a mathematical definition it means information that is true.
So, going back to Decart who, I quote, said: "To conclude something true, the premises wich it derived from, must also be true".
So for that reason, the best way to start off with a proof is to associate the hypothesis, meaning, the informaton we were given.
Let's do that:
Hypothesis: (1)