Splitting up a Triangle
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|Geometry, difficulty level 4. Take any triangle ABC. Construct D and E as the midpoints of BC and AB, respectively. Now construct DF and EF, where F is any point on AC. How are the areas of the triangles related to the area of the quadrilateral?|
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