Posted by Chris on Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at 5:38pm.
M and N are the midpoints ofandrespectively.
Using graph paper, repeat this process from the last problem using different coordinates for P, Q, and R. How do these lengths MN and PQ compare now? What do you think you can conclude about the lengths of these segments? (In your answer, make sure to include your coordinates for all points, the lengths of the segments, and your conclusion.)

Typos  Damon, Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at 6:02pm
M and N are the midpoints ofandrespectively.
Of what and what respectively ????? 
Geometry  Chris, Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at 6:16pm
M and N are the midpoints of PR(which has a line over PR) and QR(which has a line over QR)respectively. Using graph paper, repeat this process from the last problem using different coordinates for P, Q, and R. How do these lengths MN and PQ compare now? What do you think you can conclude about the lengths of these segments? (In your answer, make sure to include your coordinates for all points, the lengths of the segments, and your conclusion.) I sent the prior question to this question but I haven't received any response yet. I'm going to reevalute the 1st part of the question. Thank you Daman

Geometry  Hunter Spence, Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 9:09pm
M and N are the midpoints of PR(which has a line over PR) and QR(which has a line over QR)respectively. Using graph paper, repeat this process from the last problem using different coordinates for P, Q, and R. How do these lengths MN and PQ compare now? What do you think you can conclude about the lengths of these segments? (In your answer, make sure to include your coordinates for all points, the lengths of the segments, and your conclusion.) I sent the prior question to this question but I haven't received any response yet. I'm going to reevalute the 1st part of the question. Thank you Daman