Divides a given line segment internally in the ratio of 1:3, Mathematics

Divides a given line segment internally in the ratio of 1:3

Construction :
i )Draw a ray AX making an acute angle with AB.

ii) Mark 4 points at equal distance. on AX

Let the first point be M and fourth point be N

iii) Join NB.
iv) Draw a line parallel to NB through M.
v) It meets the line AB at P.
vi) P is the required point which divides AB in the ratio1:3 internally.

ii )

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