###### Dynamic Geometry Problem 901: Intersecting Circles, Common External Tangent, Secant, Circumcircle, Concyclic Points, Cyclic Quadrilateral. GeoGebra, HTML5 Animation for Tablets (iPad, Nexus). Levels: School, College, Mathematics Education

The circles O and O1 intersect at A and B (see the figure above), CD is the common external tangent, CA intersects circle O1 at E, DA intersects circle O at F, FC and ED intersect at G, BA intersects FG at H. If the circumcircle of triangle EFG intersects circle O1 at J, prove that the points B, C, H, J are concyclic.

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