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All we were given is that B is the midpoint of AD. the triangle given doesn't say that B is a bisector of C. The only thing we can conclude from this is that AB = DB. If B was a bisector than we can say that angle ACB is = to angle DCB

See? I'm smart.

As towards proofs, we only just touched upon them. we were told the three basic ones of Partition Postulate, Addition Postulate, and Substitution Postulate.