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    finding mid points

    If O is the midpoint of PQ and OQ≅OR, then ∠1≅∠2.
    Use the figure below to prove the statement above

    finding mid points-sub9-10.jpg
    Some help please?
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    If O is the midpoint of PQ, then PO = OQ. Therefore, PO = OR. So, ∠1≅∠2 as angles in an isosceles triangle.
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