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Theres a road(Route 5) and a Target and walmart on one side. Sears wants a store on the other side of route 5 that is equidistant from Target and Walmart. What do you do?

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- anonymous

go to j c penny's?

- anonymous

no its a probleem not real life

- phi

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- phi

In geometry, you would bisect the line segment TW

- anonymous

yes the picture is corecct

- phi

Yes, I know I read the problem correctly. The question mark is asking where do I put the S?
halfway is what you are supposed to say, and halfway is another way to say bisect the line.

- anonymous

thats what the problem is you have plot S equidistant from T and W

- phi

They ask " What do you do?" I think they want you to say, bisect the line segment TW, and put S on the perpendicular bisector, on the other side of the road.

- anonymous

ok thanks

- anonymous

no they ask where S is supossed to be put

- phi

put S on the perpendicular bisector, on the other side of the road.

- anonymous

ok thanks

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