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    We have a triangle ABC. Median of that triangle BM.Line k contains vertex of triangle different than A and point S that is the midpoint of BM.How to show that line k divides side of triangle ABC into three equal lengths.
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    A single line can not divide other line/segment(side of triangle) into more than 2 segments.
    I not understand ur problem......
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    Quote Originally Posted by RE1 View Post
    In triangle ABC. Median of that triangle BM.Line k contains vertex of triangle different than A and point S that is the midpoint of BM.How to show that line k divides side of triangle ABC into three equal lengths.

    Can you be more clearly? The problem is a bit incomprehensible.
    Last edited by mr fantastic; April 12th 2009 at 07:18 AM. Reason: No edit. Just flagging the reply as having been moved from a duplicate post
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    I think that this problem asks to prove that this line will divide this segment in proportion 1:2 this segment.
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