How do you find the midpoint of (-4, 9) and (1, -3)?

Alberto Calhoun 2022-11-20 Answered
How do you find the midpoint of (-4, 9) and (1, -3)?
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cismadmec
Answered 2022-11-21 Author has 22 answers
Step 1
The points are:
( - 4 , 9 ) = x 1 , y 1
( 1 , - 3 ) = x 2 , y 2
The formula to calculate the midpoint is:
( x 1 + x 2 2 , y 1 + y 2 2 )
= ( - 4 + 1 2 , 9 + ( - 3 ) 2 )
= ( - 3 2 , 6 2 )
= ( - 3 2 , 3 )
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