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what are the two points and what is your answer?

The 2 points are A -1,321 and B 517. My answer is 919

how is point B 517?

it should be an ordered pair

points are of the form (x,y)

and then its asking for the distance from either endpoint to the midpoint

oh it's on a number line, i see

yes it is

I thought when you wrote out A -1,321 you meant (-1,321) or something

oh no!

so the distance from A to B is 1838 units

cut that distance in half to get your answer

Correct.Okay, when I divide it by 2 I get 919

yep

What would the midpont be?

*midpoint

add the two values, then divide by 2 to get the midpoint

oh, so instead of subtracting like we did here, we add!1 ohhhhh

yep, that's correct because the formula is
M = (x1+x2)/2

Okay, I have another question if you dont mind

What would the midpoint of Line AB is at -421 and A is at 32?

I got 194.5 but im not sure

good, but it's negative

since -421 is a much bigger number in the negative direction

but before we were taught that we would always put the absolute value of that number

hmm you're probably thinking distance and not midpoint

yeahhh! oh so when finding the midpoint the number COULD be negative, correct?

yes midpoints can easily be negative

okay, thank you:) i appreciate it

you're welcome