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"Given a convex quadrilateral ABCD, construct a point E on the extension of BC such that the area (ABCD) = (ABE)"

The quadrilateral I drew has A, B, C, D labelled counter-clockwise, and an extension drawn from A to E, where E is BC extended and F is the intersection of AE and DC

I've gotten so far as to figure out i have to construct E so that (ADF) must be equal to the area CEF. I also think that F must be the midpoint of CD, but i'm stuck on what to do now.

Any suggestions or hints would be appreciated :)

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# Geometry Area Proof (quadrilateral)

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