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Do you know the coordinates of the 2 points?
yes

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Ok, what are they?
(6,7) and (8,9)
Its actually 8, -9 for the second one
true my bad
-2,-2?
So now plug that into midpoint formula: \[\frac{ x _{1}+ x _{2} }{ 2 }, \frac{ y _{1} + y _{2} }{ 2 }\] Where x1 = 6 x2= 8 y1 = 7 y2=9
7,8
Yep
but for my homework assignment its not an option
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It looks like x_2=8
@DorelTibi can you post the options?
I know the problem..
@DorelTibi you said you got 7,8 as your answer right?
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(x_1,y_1)=6,7 (x_2,y_2)=(8,-9) Using distance formula (x,y)=(6+8/2 , 7-9/2 ) (x,y)= (7,-1)
Yes that ^
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Thanks a lot :)
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Bye Bye :)
Thanks @karatechopper, why didn't I see that!
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Haha lol :P
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