Hi all, first of all - my first post here. Nice to meet you all. I'm active on mymathforum if you guys post there from time to time. My name is Oria, I live in israel, I'm a math private teacher for pre uni students, and I study applied mathematics in holon institute of technology.
Anyway here's my question. A student of mine asked me to solve it and I was stumped, was actually quite embarrasing since it is so simple.
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ABCD is a diamond (AD = AB = BC = CD, AD ||BC, AB ||CD), The angle A is 60 degrees. The points M and N are on the sides AB and BC accordingly.
We are given: BN+BM = AB
Prove that the triangle DMN is equilateral.
Frankly I think something is wrong with the question and we are missing a detail. But I would like a second opinion.