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Given are two convex quadrilaterals, where AD~=EH, <A ~= <E, AB~=EF, <B ~= <F, and BC ~= FG. Prove that <D ~= angle H, DC ~=HG, and <C ~= <G
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    Draw the diagonal from B to D and the one from F to H.
    The triangles ABD and EFH are congruent (two same sides and same angle at A as at E). Therefore: the diagonals BD and FH have the same length.
    Also the angle at B: angle DBA and the angle at F: HFE are the same....
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