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britbrat4290

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MEDAL PLZ HELP .....What is the locus of all points equidistant from lines X and Y in the figure?

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  1. britbrat4290
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  2. britbrat4290
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    which line?

  3. live10000000
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    Oh wow this is so easy

  4. britbrat4290
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    ?

  5. BenjaminEE
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    Which line has the same distance to X and Y?

  6. britbrat4290
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    honestly little girl i have u blocked.. u commment one of my posts one more time i will have u banned unstand ? thanks

  7. britbrat4290
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    they all look the same?

  8. live10000000
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    oh please

  9. BenjaminEE
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    Take a ruler and measure the distance from each line to X and Y. That is the distance from A to X and A to Y B to X and B to Y ... etc One of these lines should have the same distance to X and Y

  10. britbrat4290
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    im getting line b is that correct ? @BenjaminEE

  11. BenjaminEE
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    I'm not familiar with the terminology but I'm afraid that b is incorrect. What is the distance from B to X and what is the distance from B to Y?

  12. britbrat4290
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    ohhh d .. wow

  13. BenjaminEE
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    Yay! Thats right!

  14. britbrat4290
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    tnx for your help!

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