**ABCD** is a square and **E** and **F**are points on **BC** and **CD** respectively, such that **AE** cuts the diagonal **BD** at **G** and **FG** at **AE**. **K**is a point on **FG** such that \(AK=EF\). Find angle
**EKF**.

This a part of my set NMTC 2nd Level (Junior) held in 2014.

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TopNewest"such that AE cuts the diagonal BD at G and FG at AE" this part somehow doesn't make sense, can you please deconstruct this phrase and if possible give a diagram?

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