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Find Slope, Distance and Midpoint Question

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  1. richardlong369
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    Here is the problem

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  2. beeqay
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    Slope = Change in y/change in x \[(y_2-y_1)/(x_2-x_1)\] Distance = \[\sqrt{(x_2-x_1)^2+(y_2-y_1)^2}\] Midpoint = \[(y_2+y_1)/2\] \[(x_2+x_1)/2\]

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    So what do they equal??

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  4. beeqay
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    How about you try

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    didint work i keep getting like 5.567546

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  6. Calcmathlete
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    For which one? Distance, slope, or midpoint?

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  7. beeqay
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    What's giving you that value? midpoint, distance or slope?

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    midpoint

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  9. richardlong369
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    can u just tell me what they are Please ( I WILL GIVE YOU A MEDAL!! :)

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  10. beeqay
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    @richardlong369 I want to help not to get medals. But anyway, if you use that formula your midpoint should be \[(1/2,5/4)\]

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    And the REST ??

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  12. beeqay
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    Because it is just simply plugging in x and y values and adding them together. Now just get the rest.

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