Geometry and complex numbers.

Exercise: Prove that the medians of a triangle with vertices tex2html_wrap_inline6 , tex2html_wrap_inline8 and tex2html_wrap_inline10 intersect at the point


(A median joins a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite edge.)

Hint: Use the previous exercise


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