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ok, sure...do you have any points to work with?

Hold on and I'll get a few my teacher gave me to work with

sure

W(3, -12) M(2, -1)

M is the midpoint

ok, good start. so draw it on a graph first

Ok one second

you need to find the other point, let's call it P...

Ok i have the graph drawn

nice, so what is the midpoint formula?

(X1+x2)/2 ; (Y1+y2)/ 2

we have that \[2 = (x1 + x2) / 2]\, and that x1 = the x-coordinate from W

x1 = 3, x2 = ? --> 2 = ( 3 + x2 )/2...solve for x2

what did you get?

this would be the x-coordinate for the point P we made up

I got -2 for X2

hey, you can refresh the page when it gets stuck ;)

ok.. I was freaking there for a sec

So this is how I got -2 for an answer
2=(3+X2)/2
-3 -3
(-1)=X2/2
x2 x2
-2= X2

Oh... okay. I didn't know to do that.

*can't get the 3...

you want to try the same process to find y?

yes, let's solve for the y-coordinate of P...we have P = ( x2, y2 ) --> P = ( 1, y2 )

Okay

Is it possible to use the slope intercept to find Y? or would that just add confusion?

I ended up getting -14

what are your steps? remember that you have to multiply by 2 here before dealing with -12

(-12 + Y2)/2=-1
*2 *2
(-12 + y2)= -2
+-12 +-12
Y2= -14

right, so what are the coordinates of our point P?

Okay, so the -2 we divided by is still on the right side of the equal sign?

sorry, :(, I have to go, but I will be back in 15-20minutes

so, brb

Okay I'll be here

all right, are you finished with midpoint stuff?