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In the figure above, the point on segment PQ that is twice as far from

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In the figure above, the point on segment PQ that is twice as far from P as from Q is

(A) (3,1)
(B) (2,1)
(C) (2,–1)
(D) (1.5, 0.5)
(E) (1,0)

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It should be B.

x and y both change by 3. Traveling 2 from 0 and -1 (P) on both x and y axes would give us the point that is two times farther from P as it is from Q.
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Any proper solution to this question?
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Any proper solution to this question?


Hi ,

The points can be found out by the section formula as below
P = (mx2+nx1/m+n , my2+ny1/m+n)
P= [(2*3 + 1*0 / 2+1), 2*2+1*-1 /2+1]
P= 2.1,1
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Re: In the figure above, the point on segment PQ that is twice as far from   [#permalink] 03 Sep 2019, 17:01

In the figure above, the point on segment PQ that is twice as far from

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