A point M on a segment with endpoints X (1, −2) and Y (10, 3) partitions the segment in a 4:1 ratio. Find M. You must show all work to receive credit. Please help me through.

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A point M on a segment with endpoints X (1, −2) and Y (10, 3) partitions the segment in a 4:1 ratio. Find M. You must show all work to receive credit. Please help me through.

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|dw:1434449280813:dw| If the lengths are in 1:4 ratio then the line is divided into 1/5 and 4/5 You can see that this is also true of the 'x' side, and the 'y' side So find the length of the 2 sides and divide them by 5 you can see how to get M by adding 4/5 of the length to the starting point....
above sketch is 'general' - it does not represent the actual data in your question - but the method is what is important here...

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Ohok, thank you. I answered it. Thank you anyways @MrNood

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