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How do you find the exact coordinates of the point on the perpendicular bisector which is closest to the origin?

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  1. eyust707
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    the perpendicular bisector of what?

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    like there are two points A (-1, 6) B (7,4), i founf that perpendicular bisector is 4.. So how can u find its exact cordinates closest to the origin?

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    You graph them then find the point were they intercept. Did that help :)

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    yea i got it already... thanks

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    ok ur welcome ;)

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