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Prof Smudge says:

This is a fairly traditional Euclidean geometry task. It can be solved using congruence, in the standard, 'static' way, but one can also think in terms of transformations (rotation).

Imagine moving vertex C, say (but keeping A and B fixed). Will the result still hold?

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