# Geometry Problem 1459: Two Triangles, Orthocenter, Midpoint, Perpendicular

The figure shows the vertical angles BAC and DAE. F and G are the orthocenters of trianglers ABC and ADE, respectively. If M and N are the midpoints of BE and CD, respectively, prove that MN and FG are perpendicular.

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