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have a question in math
(( distance between two points ))

show that C(-5,-1)is the midpoint of the line segment joining A(-2,5) and B(-8,-7)

please in detales .. thank u

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  1. The midpoint has an x coordinate that is the average of XA and XB. That would be (-8-2)/2 = -5. The y coordinate is the average of YA and YB, and you can verify that is also satisfied.

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