Let triangle ABC that M is in the plane of this triangle.
A',B',C'are midpoint in (BC),(AC),(AB).
Prove that MA/MA'=MB/MB'=MC/MC'=2.

2. Originally Posted by mpgc_ac
Let triangle ABC that M is in the plane of this triangle.
A',B',C'are midpoint in (BC),(AC),(AB).
Prove that MA/MA'=MB/MB'=MC/MC'=2.
By that alone, it cannot be solved. Specify more where exactly is M.

As posted, I can put M anywhere inside or outside of triangle ABC such that MA/MA' is not equal to 2, for example.

3. Originally Posted by mpgc_ac
Let triangle ABC that M is in the plane of this triangle.
A',B',C'are midpoint in (BC),(AC),(AB).
Prove that MA/MA'=MB/MB'=MC/MC'=2.