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If X is a point on the segment joining A(2,-1) and B(9,6), find the coordinates of X if AX:XB = 2:5.

with solution pls... tnx...

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You can do this exactly the same way, I just showed you in your previous post

(x-2)/(9-x) = 2/5
5x-10 = 18-2x
7x = 28
x=4

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