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The figure shows a triangle ABC with the inscribed circle O (D, E, and T are the tangency points). OB cuts chord DE and arc DE at M and F, respectively. AF and CF cut chord DE at G and N, respectively. Prove that DG = MN.

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#Math Enthusiasts: Why does THIS phenomenon (at the end) hold true? Credit: @gogeometry https://t.co/hIPmZDDdyH @geogebra #mathchat #mathGIF pic.twitter.com/wGfy23hDyx— Tim Brzezinski (@dynamic_math) August 21, 2017

#Math Enthusiasts: Why does THIS phenomenon (at the end) hold true? Credit: @gogeometry https://t.co/hIPmZDDdyH @geogebra #mathchat #mathGIF pic.twitter.com/wGfy23hDyx

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