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Use the diagram below for the following question.
P(2,1), Q(11,1), and R(8,7)
M and N are the midpoints ofandrespectively.
Find MN and PQ.
How do these lengths compare with each other?.

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    Use the diagram below for the following question.
    P(2,1), Q(11,1), and R(8,7)
    M and N are the midpoints of PR (which has a line over PR)and QR (which has a line over QR) respectively.
    Find MN and PQ.
    How do these lengths compare with each other

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