Find the coordinates of T given that S is the midpoint of RT, R(2,6) and S(-2, 0).

Find the coordinates of T given that S is the midpoint of RT, R(2,6) and S(-2, 0).

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asked 2021-01-13
Find the coordinates of T given that S is the midpoint of RT, R(2,6) and S(-2, 0).

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2021-01-14
The x coordinate of R decreases by 4 to get to the midpoint S. So going 4 more will get the xx coordinate of T: −6.
The y coordinate of R decreases by 6 to get to the midpoint S. So going 6 more will get the yy coordinate of T: −6.
Hence the coordinates of TT are (−6,−6).
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