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show that the quadrilateral formed by joining the mid -points of the sides of a square is also a square.

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    Use rules for congruent triangles (the four corners that get lopped off) to show that the four sides of the new quadrilateral are equal, and that the corner angles are right angles. That proves it to be a square also.

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