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  1. ineedyouubiebs
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    What is a real-life example of when we would need to find the midpoint of two things?

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    @gypsy1274 ?

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    @.Sam. ?

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    A road maybe.. the median has to be the midpoint of the street??

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    @mary.rojas help ?:)

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    @Luigi0210

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    @mary.rojas

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    This is really hard. I dont even know. @Luigi0210

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    Thanks, now I just need another more example

  10. Luigi0210
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    If trying to find the distance between you and your friend's house. To know the middle between towns if you want to meet someone there Idk :l

  11. Luigi0210
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    For example, if you want to travel from Phoenix to Dallas and you want to split the driving into two days, you would find a "midpoint" (i.e. city roughly in the middle of those two).

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