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  1. katiebugg
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    find avrage of X and Y

  2. coolaidd
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    how

  3. katiebugg
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    add 3+2=5 then divide by 2 then 3-3=0 divide by 2....... 2.5 and 0

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    ohh ok.. i see

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    thanks!

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    yeah ur welcome

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    Find the midpoint between points (-4, 2) and (2, -2). soo for this -4+2 divide by 2...?

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    yessum lol

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    ok. hold up..

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    -1 0?

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    yess

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    thanks!

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    any time

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    this is how it would be solved mathematically: \[M\left({x_2+x_1\over2}~~~~,~~{y_2+y_1\over2}~~~\right)\]\[M\left({2-4\over2}~~~~,~{-2+2\over2}~\right)\]\[M\left({-2\over2}~,~{0\over2}\right)\]\[\large{M\left({-1}~,~{0}\right)}\]

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