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http://gyazo.com/c65bdcb3886da0a081f1e3075d9ff166 (3, 1) (4, 2) (4, 4) (3, 0)

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I think it's B. Though I am not to this point yet in school, this is my guess. Can someone tell me if I'm right? lol
I am recently home schooled and they don't supply textbooks or anything for help and its like well what the heck am I supposed to do. So I have no idea on this new stuff.
Because, the midpoint of AB would be 2 through 4 which is 3. And then the midpoint between -4 through 2 would be 0?

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I was homeschooled from Kindergarden - 9th grade. I am currently in the 9th grade. Try the internet? They also sell text books online, and in educational stores. Though it's hard to find them in stores after about 7th grade.
it's option C Mid point = (x1+x2)/2 , (y1+y2)/2 3 = (x+2)/2 , 0 = (y+(-4))/2 now you can solve it..

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