In Exercises 25 to 36, give the indirect proof for each problem or statement.
Given: 

Prove: 
midpoint of 
To prove:
The given statement.
Given:
The given statement is,
Figure
Property:
A point
Approach:
Assume that
Point
By above stated property,
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