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# Start with hints

Do you know **Pick’s theorem ?** NO! then read this post first and return to the problem again https://www.cheenta.com/a-proof-from-my-book/

Join AD , BD , & CD NOW , can you do it ?

To prove D is centroid it is suficient to prove that [ ABD] = [ BDC] = [ ADC ] where [.] denotes the bounded area . but why ? { think yourslfe , use the fact that medians devide the triagle in six equal part }

Now applying pick’s theorem we get , [ABD]= [ BDC] = [ ADC ] = 0.5

Because in each of these three triangle , three are 3 lattice vertex and lattice point is inside the triangle . so area = 0 + 3/2 – 1 = 0.5

# Connected Program at Cheenta

# I.S.I. & C.M.I. Entrance Program

Indian Statistical Institute and Chennai Mathematical Institute offer challenging bachelor’s program for gifted students. These courses are B.Stat and B.Math program in I.S.I., B.Sc. Math in C.M.I.

The entrances to these programs are far more challenging than usual engineering entrances. Cheenta offers an intense, problem-driven program for these two entrances.

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