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Let's remember that the diagonal of any square divides into two congruent isosceles right triangles by the diagonal, where this diagonal will be a common hypotenuse for these two triangles.
The graph below describes the given conditions as follows: The diagonal divides each of the right angles and into two equal angles, then
Notice that the side length of the given square is the leg of the isosceles right triangles.
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