# geometry

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I was assiged to a 20question assigment and Im having troubles with the following question:
"Find the coordinates of the midpoint of a segment having the endpoints
C(4,1) and D(-3,7).
Then find the distance between the endpoints
Its due on monday!!!

• geometry -

the midpoint will be halfway from one end to the other.

Both x and y will be the average of the end values. So, the midpoint

M = ((4 + -3)/2 , (1+7)/2 ) = (1/2,4)

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