Point A is located at (0, 4) and point B is located at (−2, −3). Find the x value for the point that is 1/4 the distance from point A to point B.
−1
−0.75
−0.5
−0.25

- Gabylovesyou

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- Gabylovesyou

@johnweldon1993

- anonymous

-0.25

- Gabylovesyou

Oh wow hi ^.^ how did u get that ?

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- anonymous

1/4=0.25 so in your equation it has to cancel out so you would subtract it (-0.25) i may be wrong but that is how my math teacher taught me

- Gabylovesyou

Thanks! well ill just make sure then ... @ParthKohli

- anonymous

@mathmale

- Gabylovesyou

@ganeshie8

- Gabylovesyou

yes ..

- Gabylovesyou

thank you!

- anonymous

your absolutly not welcome lol

- johnweldon1993

Ehh nvm...sooo incorrect I believe lol

- Gabylovesyou

hmmm lol

- anonymous

^^^ its -0.25 right

- johnweldon1993

Oh wait no...hahaha I read it right XD sorry I'm going back and forth

- Gabylovesyou

LMFAO @jzellem1004 HA xD

- anonymous

mhm lol

- Gabylovesyou

i tagged someone else lol @johnweldon1993 thanks

- johnweldon1993

Lol I was reading it wrong the second time....
So yeah it is just finding the distance between the points...and 1/4 that in regards to the 'x' value...sorry @Gabylovesyou :)
But yes -0.5 is correct :)

- anonymous

tell her that she isnt welcome

- Gabylovesyou

so if i wanted to answer this one, i put a 2 or is this asking something else ? Find the x value for the point that splits segment AB in half if point A is located at (4, 3) and point B is located at (−2, 6).

- johnweldon1993

@Gabylovesyou you are VERY welcome :)

- Gabylovesyou

@jzellem1004 shush lol

- johnweldon1993

Right...because that is just finding the midpoint of said segment

- anonymous

nope @johnweldon1993 she isnt welcome ok ur being pushed around @Gabylovesyou he messaged me saying u werent welcome soz

- johnweldon1993

\[\large \frac{x_2 + x_1}{2} = \text{Midpoint}\]

- anonymous

and midpoint= you aint welcome

- Gabylovesyou

lol ok ummm so it would be 4 + -2 / 2 ?

- anonymous

which is =1

- johnweldon1993

Correct @Gabylovesyou which evaluates out to...?

- Gabylovesyou

4 + -2 = 2 ? which is 2/2 = 1 ?

- johnweldon1993

Perfect :)

- anonymous

i already said that

- Gabylovesyou

yaay thanks

- anonymous

NOT PERFECT 10 IS PERFECT U SAID ONE lololol

- tHe_FiZiCx99

o_o ...

- Gabylovesyou

wut lol @jzellem1004

- anonymous

on sw when u were rating u said 10 is perfect and no one is perfect lol

- Gabylovesyou

oh lmfao xD

- anonymous

guess what @Gabylovesyou

- Gabylovesyou

what @jzellem1004

- anonymous

ur pretty :P

- Gabylovesyou

lmfao xD PC me -.-

- anonymous

WELL UR NOT WELCOME, o u didnt say thanks v.v

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