# Dynamic Geometry 1454: Intersecting Circles, Perpendicular Lines, Cyclic
Quadrilateral

Given circles O and Q intersecting at B and D. A, B, C are
collinear points and A, D, E are collinear points. Prove that AO is perpendicular to CE.

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