Saturday

August 30, 2014

August 30, 2014

Posted by **Anonymous** on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 11:02am.

- geometry -
**Henry**, Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 8:54pmA(x1,y1),B(x2,y2),C(x3,y3).

A(x1,0), B(-2,0), C(x3,0).

AB = BC

-2-x1 = x3+2.

-x1-x3 = 4

Eq1: x1+x3 = -4.

In Eq1,Letx1 = -6:

-6 + x3 = -4

x3 = 2.

A(-6,0), B(-2,0), C(2,0).

In Eq1, Let x1 = -4.

-4 + x3 = -4

x3 = 0.

A(-4,0), B(-2,0), C(0,0).

NOTE: Values chosen for X1 should be less than -2 so the numbers on the line increases to the right.

**Related Questions**

Geometry - 1.) what is the length of the line segment whose endpoints are (1,1) ...

geometry - if a pointis onthe perpendicular bisector of a segment,then it is:A. ...

geometry - what is the midpoint of a line segment with endpoints at (-4, 15) and...

geometry - If a line segment has endpoints A(3x+5,3y) and B(x-1,-y), what are ...

Geometry - Is it possible for AB = 10, BC = 2x + 5 and AC = 5x, given that point...

geometry - If a line segment has endpoints A(3x+5, 3y) and B(x-1, -y) what are ...

math - Why can not a line segment have more than one midpoint Because the ...

Algebra - Name the line which have the following characteristics: 1) Passes ...

Geometry - Please write a paragraph proof for this statement. Point Y is the ...

Geometry - Please write a paragraph proof for this statement. 30: Point Y is ...