Posted by **mathsen** on Saturday, August 7, 2010 at 1:35am.

Let P and Q be the points on the sides AB and BC of a triangle ABC respectively such that BP = 3PA and QC = 2BQ. Let K be the midpoint of the segment PQ. Prove that the area of the triangle AKC is equal to 11S/24, where S is the area of the triangle ABC.

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