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# Draw any line segment, say $\overline{AB}$. Take any point C lying in between. Measure the lengths of AB, BC, and AC. Is $AB=AC+CB$?

**Given :**

Draw a line segment $\overline{AB}$ and mark the point C in between A and B.

**To do :**

We have to find, whether $AB=AC+CB$.

**Solution :**

In the above figure,

AB is a line segment and Clies between A and B.

So, the points A, B, and C are collinear.

**Therefore, $AB = AC+CB$. **

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