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PLZ HELP MEDAL WILL BE GIVEN Find the midpoint of PQ A)(3, 2) B)(3, 3) C)(2, 2) D)(2, 3)

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srry here is the attatchment
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What are the coordinates of point P?

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P(-2,8)
What are the coordinates of point Q?
Q(8,-4)
To find the midpoint, first add the x values of the two points and divide by 2. What do you get?
idk how to do tht :(
What is the x value of (-2,8)?
x value? im so lost
hahah josue:)
you crack me up :)
srry geometry aint ma best subject
its ok haha i hate math too lol
the midpoint is (3,2) :]
are yu shure @soccertwin ?
yes im also learning geometry and im good in math and to find the answer you do x1+x2/2 and you do y1+y2/2 to get your answer for (x,y)
thanxs :)
no problem
ask blondie shes a wizard :)
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yea shes awesome :)

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