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In a rhombus ABCD (figure below), P and F are on AB extended and G and Q are on AD extended, so that angle APQ = angle AGF = 90 degrees. PQ meets CD and FG at N and E, respectively, FG meets BC at M. Prove that FG + EN = EP + FM.

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