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longhaul123 wrote:
can someone help me with this question. We are asked to calculate the average of the co-ordinates of the points R , S and T and that they are all positive since we are given that the absolute values of the co ordinates are given . Then how is it possible to consider the negative value of R ??


longhaul123 , posts above explain.

In addition, my post has three links that explain. Please read them.
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