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There is a line on which the points G, H and I lie such that H is in between G and I. (i) If = 31 and = 11, then find . (ii) If = 45 and = 61, then find .
Asked by Topperlearning User | 04 Jun, 2014, 01:23: PM Expert Answer (i) If =31 and =11

then, = + = 31+11 = 42

(ii) If =45 and =61

then, = - = 61-45 = 16

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