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Let X, Y, and Z be points such that \(\frac{XZ}{XY} = \frac{ZY}{XY} = \frac{1}{2}\). If Y=(1,7), Z=(-1,-7), then what is the sum of the coordinates of X?

 
 Jan 13, 2019
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by drawing a graph and using some inspection, you see that z is the midpoint of y and x, so the coordinates of x are (-3, -21), and the sum of coordinates is -24.

 

HOPE THIS HELPED!

 
 Jan 13, 2019
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Do you have to put “HOPE THIS HELPED!” in every post?

Every kid on here puts that on their answers.

We know you hope that, that’s why you answered the question.

 
 Jan 13, 2019
edited by Melody  Jan 13, 2019
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I just deleted a couple of expletives .   I didn't change the meaning in any way.

OAlso this is guests post and opinion only. It does not necessarily reflect any one elses view.

 
Melody  Jan 13, 2019
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;( i just say that every answer

 
asdf335  Jan 13, 2019

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