Problem: Draw two of the medians of a triangle. This subdivides the interior of the triangle into four pieces: the 3 triangles and a quadrilateral. Show that two of the three small triangles hae equal area and that the area of the third is equal to that of the quadrilateral.
So its really hard to describe geometric diagrams. I will try:
I have Triangle ABC. I drew median from vertex C to its opposite side and median from vertex A to opposite side. The quadrilateral mentioned is in the corner that vertex B is. From vertex B I draw a line that goes to the intersection of the previous two medians. Now I have 4 little triangles and I know that the ones that have equal bases have equal areas (because they share a height). However I cannot prove more than this.