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Geometry Problem 1089. Discover the Geometric Wonders: Exploring Square, Semicircle, Tangent, Triangle, and Area Relationships in Mathematics!


Given a square ABCD and a semicircle with diameter AB inside the square, where CE is tangent to the semicircle at point E. Prove that the area of triangle AED is equal to one-tenth of the area of the square.

Square, Semicircle, Tangent, Triangle, Area


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