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Find the coordinates of the other endpoint when you are given the midpoint and one of the endpoints. Answer in terms of a decimal rounded to the nearest tenth or an improper fraction in simplest form. P1 M P2 (3, 5) (-2, 0) ( , ) helpppp

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please teach me step by step
midpoint of x = \(\Large \frac{x_1 + x_2}{2}\)
midpoint of y = \(\Large \frac{y_1 + y_2}{2}\)

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okay...midpoint of x means x coordinate of the midpoint...what is the x coordinate of your midpoint?
now...what is the x coordinate of one of the endpoints?
so... \[\large -2 = \frac{3 + x_2}{2}\] got that? i just substituted
:D yes!
so i assume you can do the rest?
then i do the same for y?
you're welcome

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