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this isnt exactly for school, but it relates to geometry, which my memory is a bit fuzzy when it comes to my geometry classes.

lets say triangle ABC is an equilateral triangle and point D is a movable point inside the triangle. is it true that wherever point D moves that AD+BD+CD will always be the same?

 

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Yes. It will always be, "n," or whatever you called it... Now I haven't done this in a while so I could be wrong, but this seems logical.

You can't change the total, which is what you would get by adding everything. The variables will change but the sum will remain the same.
 
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