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find the distance d (P_1 & P_2) between points P_1 and P_1.

P_1=(-3,3)
P_2=(1,5)


Find the midpoint of the line segment joining the points P_1 and P_2.
P_1=(1,1)
P_2=(-3,3)

Please show all work

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