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davian

  • 4 years ago

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

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  1. davian
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  2. UnkleRhaukus
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    X = (6,7) Y = (8,-9)

  3. theabsurd
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    x = (6,7) y = (7, -9) |dw:1324518284134:dw|

  4. davian
    • 4 years ago
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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)

  5. theabsurd
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    correction, y = (8,-9)

  6. theabsurd
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    |dw:1324518361790:dw|

  7. theabsurd
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    take your time, when doing these

  8. UnkleRhaukus
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    \[({6+8 \over 2} , {7-9 \over 2})\]

  9. davian
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    ohh man i see thanks ..im 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!

  10. theabsurd
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    http://yaymath.org/ http://chycho.blogspot.com/2010_01_01_archive.html 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.

  11. davian
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    thanks..yea ill be sure to check thoses out

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