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Hey i need help with finding the midpoint when given two endpoints! Help!

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Use the midpoint formula. It's the same as averaging each coordinate (i.e. average the x-coordinates, average the y's, etc.)
So x1 Plus X2 /2 , then the Y?
Yeah. (X1+X2)/2, same with Y's.

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

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