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  • 5 years ago

Find the coordinates of the other endpoint when you are given the midpoint and one of the endpoints. P1 M P2 (-16, 0) (0, -16) ( , )

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  1. Hero
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    Plot the points on graph paper

  2. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    i did i tried everythinq i juss need the answer bro

  3. radar
    • 5 years ago
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    Let get the segment clear. Is the mid point (0,-16)?

  4. Hero
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    good point radar. It appears that way

  5. anonymous
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    yes the midpoint is (0,-16)?

  6. radar
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    Ask yourself is the x value at the midpoint smaller or larger than the x at P1?

  7. anonymous
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    its smaller im quessinq

  8. Hero
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    (16,-32)

  9. radar
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    Don't guess, which is larger -16 or 0?

  10. Hero
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    I didn't guess, lol

  11. anonymous
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    lmao

  12. radar
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    It is larger at the midpoint, and it will be even larger at P2 by the same amount P2 (16,y)

  13. radar
    • 5 years ago
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    Now work on the y for P2, same way

  14. Hero
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    radar, he's not even here anymore.

  15. radar
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    Note the y is getting smaller at the midpoint and note the amount it decreased by 16. so y will decrease the same amount down to a -32. (16,-32). He will be back (i hope)

  16. radar
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    I guess all he wanted was just the answer, not the knowledge to obtain the answer lol

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