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Squares are constructed above the overhangs and the transom. Connecting the outer vertices of adjacent squares creates three triangles. Prove that their contents are the same.

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#### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

**planimetrics**- Pythagorean theorem
- right triangle
- area of a shape
- triangle
- diagonal
- rhomboid
**numbers**- fractions

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