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GIVE MEDAL AND BECOME FAN PLEASE HELP!! Given: ABC Prove: The medians of ABC are concurrent. Statement: All three lines share point P. Reason: definition of midpoint Statement: Two of the three medians share point P. Reason: using point-slope formula Statement: and are concurrent. Reason: definition of concurrence Statement: P lies on . Reason: The coordinates of P satisfy the equation of . Statement: Point P lies on and . Reason: from above algebra

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    Hint: I think that the simplest way is to compute the common point P between medians C'D' and B'F'. After that we can verify, using the slope of the median A'E' that P also belongs to that median A'E'

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