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Solve this geometry problem

I have a problem I made but I can't solve it. If the problem doesn't have enough information to be solved, please explain why below.

Here's the problem: You have two semicircles of radius 1 on top of an isosceles triangle of base and height 4, making a heart shape.

You make two lines, as shown, that divides the heart into three shapes of equal area. What is the length of each of these lines?

Note by Mr.Person 12345
2 months ago

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