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Find the coordinates of the other endpoint when you are given the midpoint and one of the endpoints. P1 M P2 (5, 6) (8, 2) ( , )

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  1. anonymous
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    You can look at it like this. (5, 6) begins. halfway is (8,2) So the difference in X is 3. so if that's halfway, you could multiply that by two. Now, so far we have for the final answer (11, y) now to find the y coordinate you subtract again. 2-6=-4. Multiply it by two and you get -8. -8+the original y coordinate (6)=-2. So your final answer will be (11,-2) Please ask questions if that is confusing at all :)

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    thnx

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