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In the figure below, $B$ is the midpoint of $\overline{\mathrm{AC}} ;$ the coordinate of each point is given below it and $a < b < c$(FIGURE NOT COPY)Write an expression for each of the following in terms of the given coordinates.Example: $\mathrm{AC}$ in terms of $a$ and $c$Answer: $c-a$$A B$ in terms of $a$ and $b$

Geometry

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Points, Lines, and Planes

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We're looking for a B. That is the length of this segment. Well, that will be equal to the court and of B minus the coordinate of a okay.

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