5th Grade MATH!!!!!!
posted by Cameron .
Can a line segment have two midpoints? Explain.

No.

You really did not answer my question!

a line segment is a specific length. Midpoints divide it into two equal lengths. You cant have more than one midpoint, as there is only one way to divide a specific length into two equal parts.

Yes it can
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