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- anonymous

take the average in each coordinate
i.e add them up, divide by two

- shamallamadingdong

so i would add all the a together ?

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- anonymous

it is \((a,a)\) and \((3a, a)\) right?

- anonymous

first coordinate of the midpoint will be \(\frac{a+3a}{2}\)
that is not the final form of course

- anonymous

you got that?

- shamallamadingdong

kinda

- anonymous

what do you get for
\[\huge \frac{a+3a}{2}\]

- anonymous

if it is not clear, let me know and i can show you

- shamallamadingdong

could i use the midpoint formula on this?

- anonymous

of course, but the midpoint formula tells you to add up and divide by 2

- shamallamadingdong

and you would get 2a

- anonymous

yes you would
so the first coordinate of the midpoint is \(2a\)

- anonymous

the second coordinate will be \(\frac{a+a}{2}\)

- shamallamadingdong

witch would be 1a or a

- anonymous

yes so final answer is ?

- shamallamadingdong

2a,a

- anonymous

right

- shamallamadingdong

Thanks a ton

- anonymous

and that is all, except i would love to know where this problem came from, there is a big mistake in iti

- shamallamadingdong

GradPoint

- anonymous

not sure what that is
do you see how E is \((a,a)\) and F is \((3a,a)\) in the bottom?

- shamallamadingdong

ya

- anonymous

that means the second coordinates are the same, they are both \(a\)
but in the picture the second coordinates are different since F is LOWER than E

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- anonymous

bad picture
really bad
goes right in the "bad math" pile

- anonymous

yeah on line school, questions always seem to have problems
not your fault though, ignore it

- shamallamadingdong

lol there are lots more questions like this one so might see ya soon :\

- anonymous

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