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In a triangle, when a line parallel to one side is drawn from an adjacent side, meeting the third side, then the point of intersection on the third side is the midpoint of that line segment (side). Converse is also true.


Any line joining the mid-points of two side of a triangle will be parallel to the third side.
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theorem : the lines conecting the midpoints of two sides of a triangel is parallel to the third side and is a congruent to one half of the third side

proof : consider the triangle ABC with a midpoint of AB labelled M.

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