Posted by **Finn** on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 at 3:46pm.

I'm given a rhombus (BCDE) and I am supposed to make a proof. There is a diagonal across the rhombus from C to E. I am given that CE bisects angle BCD and BED. I am supposed to prove that BE is congruent to DE.

If you could help me at least start writing the proof in list form, with statements and reasons, that'd be much appreciated! Thanks! :D

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