anonymous
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The midpoint of a line segment with end points as (2, 3) and (4, y2) is (3, 2). What is the value of y2? Answer -2 -1 1 7
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anonymous
  • anonymous
thamk u and what confused on the last reply
anonymous
  • anonymous
I was just asking if you wanted to know how we got this answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ya could u show me i dont really have a teacher im homeschooled
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok. the midpoint of a line segment is just the average of each coordinate value. In this case: \[\frac{4+2}{2}=3\]for the first coordinate, and,\[\frac{y_{2}+3}{2}=2\]Solving for y2, you get y2=1
anonymous
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ohhh okay thank u so much like i said i sux at geometry probably because i dont have a teacher :/
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good thing for open study, there's always competent folks to help out :)

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