Algebra and Discrete Geometry
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For points X (1,3,5) and (2,4,6) find:
a) the coordinates of the point P that divides the segment XY (internally) in the ratio 3:2.
b) the coordinates of the point R that divides the segment XY (externally) in the ratio 2:5.
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