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Dissecting Triangles

Dissecting Triangles 1.10 - Solution

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The centroid is the point of concurrency of the medians of a triangle. In the given diagram, is the centroid.

Using the Centroid Theorem, we can write an equation that we can use to find the desired length We are given that To use this information, we should rewrite as the sum of two smaller segments and considering the Segment Addition Postulate. Now, we can solve the resulting equation to find