anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey i need help with finding the midpoint when given two endpoints! Help!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the midpoint formula. It's the same as averaging each coordinate (i.e. average the x-coordinates, average the y's, etc.)
anonymous
  • anonymous
So x1 Plus X2 /2 , then the Y?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah. (X1+X2)/2, same with Y's.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you find a midpoint of a segment when it is graphed?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You find the middle point of the graphed segment that splits that segment into two subsegments of equal length.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes but how algebraicly?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You average the X and Y coordinates of the endpoints the way I mentioned above.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just the same way Oh Okay thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
How about finding the center with the diameter shown?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Take the endpoints of the diamenter and do the same thing.

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