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find the midpoint of XY round to the nearest hundreth ..please help im way stuck

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X = (6,7) Y = (8,-9)
x = (6,7) y = (7, -9) |dw:1324518284134:dw|

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yea so i subtracted tho to get the mid point and i got 2,2, which isnt even a choice (btw thanks again bro for helping me yesterday @UnkleRhaukus)
correction, y = (8,-9)
take your time, when doing these
\[({6+8 \over 2} , {7-9 \over 2})\]
ohh man i see thanks all messed up in geometry but after this assignment im outta school so just gotta do good on this one..thanks for your guys es help! Useful videos, once school is out watch it and get your geometry straight. Math is a language, it builds on it self and you need to master small parts first.
thanks..yea ill be sure to check thoses out

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