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The figure below shows a quadrilateral ABCD. E, G, and J are on AB, BC, and AD, respectively. F, H, and K are the midpoints of BC, CD, and AC, respectively. Prove that the area of triangle ABD is twice the area of hexagon EFGHJK.

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