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Im not sure about how to solve the lengths...something about 2/3 this is new to me so im kinda lost ;-;
isn't pq 20 and pn 40
because m is the midd;e
recall this interesting property between `median` and `centroid` : `The centroid of a triangle divides each median in the ratio 2:1`
>.< right so those are centroids?? ol i feel so dumb right now xD
centroid is a point, not a line segment. Q is the centroid of shown triangle above
and PN is a median yeah :)
Still confused ._.
??????????? how do you know 2x=20? I'm sorry I'm dumb, but i just really want to know how do you know it's a centroid? and if it's a centroid, doesn't that mean it's the center of the shape..? how do you know which one is 2x and which one is just 1x???
I just needed help ;-;
@ganeshie8 pleeeez explain..? sorry I'm so dumb but what level of math is this? it seems fun
good question, but first let me finish answering to @pooja195
but the question closed..?
@ganeshie8 you can answer their question first im interested in knowning
that makes sense.... but hoooowwww do u know its centroid...
Isn't it the point where all the lines intersect at one point?
Wouldn't that be the centroid?
yeah, but then... why is it 2x and 1x, should both sides be equal???
It is "given" to us that G is centroid. all the medians intersect at a common point called centroid
wow, plane geometry
check this http://www.qc.edu.hk/math/Junior%20Secondary/Centroid%20divides%20medians%20in%202%20to%201.htm
Ok thank you for helping @ganeshie8 I think I have it figured out :)
nice website, i sorta understand too!!! :)