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I need someone to explain to me as simple as possible how to find the mid point of the segment with the given end points M(-2,1) and O (-3,2)

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draw it first :)
or use formula for midpoint...
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@JuanitaM but that's not explaining why it works ....
Do you know how to find the average of two numbers?
@RONNCC understanding a simple formula as midpoint - will help. some people are visual and others are analytical.
I think so
You add the two numbers together and divide by 2. That gives you the number in the middle. Do you understand that?
Yes, ^-^
Well then, think of the midpoint as the average. You average the x values and average the y values and that gives you the point in the middle which is the midpoint.
So for (-2,1) and (-3,2) just find the average of -2 and -3. Then find the average of 1 and 2.
Oh ok ... :-)

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