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Look at the acute triangle JKL. Point O is the centroid and S is the orthocenter. Which statement is always true about the segments in triangle JKL? Segment LO is two-thirds the length of segment LN. Segment LM is the same length as segment LN. Segment LS is two-thirds the length of segment LM. Segment LS is the same length as segment SM.

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  • hba
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Segment LO is two-thirds the length of segment LN. --- Segment LN is a median as evidenced by the presence of O, the centroid. The centroid is the point of concurrency of the medians of a triangle and divides a given median into a 2:1 ratio. Hence, LO = 2/3 of LN.

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@spiderman18 Got it ?
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