A1, A2, A3, …. An Are n points In A Plane Whose Coordinates Are (x1, y1), (x2, y2), (x3, y3) …, (xn, yn) Respectively A1, A2 is Dissected At The Point G1, G1 A3 is Divided In The Ratio  1 : 2 At G2, G2 A4 is Divided In The Ratio 1 : 4 At G4, And So On Until All n points Are Exhausted. The Coordinates Of The Final Point G so Obtained Are

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                 A1A2A3, …. An are points in a plane whose coordinates are (x1y1), (x2y2), (x3y3) …, (xnyn) respectively

A1Ais dissected at the point G1GA3 is divided in the ratio  1 : 2 at G2GA4 is divided in the ratio 1 : 4 at G4, and so on until all n points are exhausted. The coordinates of the final point G so obtained are


Correct option is

The coordinates of G1 are


Now, G2 divides G1A3 in the ratio 1: 2. Therefore, the coordinates of G2are



Again, G3 divides G2A4 in the ratio 1: 3. Therefore, the coordinates ofG2 are    



Proceeding in this manner, we can show that the coordinates of the final point G so obtained will be




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