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# MN is the midsegment of △ ABC.

Find MN.

Also, find AC if CN = 35 cm

Hint:

### Use the property of a midsegment in a triangle and find out.

## The correct answer is: Hence the length of AC = 70 cm.

### Complete step by step solution:

A midsegment of a triangle is a segment that connects the midpoints of two sides of

a triangle. Its length is always half the length of the 3rd side of the triangle.

From this property, we have MN

Since MN is the midsegment of AB, we have N as the midpoint of AC.

Hence the length of cm.

Since MN is the midsegment of AB, we have N as the midpoint of AC.

Hence the length of cm.

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