anonymous
  • anonymous
Why do we suppose a line to be divide ONLY in ratio K:1 when solving for a line in a rectangular coordinate whose points are being divided internally or externally??
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
K can be anything postive or negative. While solving if it comes out to be postive then point divide internally otherwise externally. It doesnt matter with the choice of K.
anonymous
  • anonymous
dats fine but why the 1?? Why can't we go for any other number??
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can take also ratio as m:n rather than k:1, here k will be equivalent to m/n

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks that was exactly what i was looking for!!! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
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