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1. How do you answer this question? I know that you have to prove that AM and MD are multiples of each other and then state that they share a common point, but I don't know how to get from A to M.

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2. (Original post by AxSirlotl)
How do you answer this question? I know that you have to prove that AM and MD are multiples of each other and then state that they share a common point, but I don't know how to get from A to M.

WHY IS THE IMAGE SIDEWAYS?
You can't go from A to M directly, but there is a way to get from A to something then that something to M (see the diagram).

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Now just find all of these vectors in terms of .
4. (Original post by SeanFM)
You can't go from A to M directly, but there is a way to get from A to something then that something to M (see the diagram).

Photos are annoying to take, they appear right way up on your computer but are uploaded in whatever orientation you took the photo in.
I think I've got it. I do AB + 0.5BE = AM. BE = -a-3b so BM = -0.5a - 1.5b. I don't know if that makes any sense but it does to me (idk if it's right though :P).

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