Q: What is the corrdinate of the midpoint of an -8 and 8?

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The midpoint of the hypotenuse equidistant from all the vertices

The midpoint of the hypotenuse equidistant from all the vertices

Endpoints: (-8, -7) and (-7, -8) Midpoint (-7.5, -7.5)

It is 1.5

Midpoint: (-10.5, 5)

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The midpoint of the hypotenuse equidistant from all the vertices

The midpoint of the hypotenuse equidistant from all the vertices

Midpoint: (8, 7)

Endpoints: (-8, -7) and (-7, -8) Midpoint (-7.5, -7.5)

The midpoint is at: (10, -2)

midpoint: (8, 5)

If you mean (-12, -3) and (3, -8) then its midpoint is at (-4.5, -5.5)

To find the midpoint, you find the mean (average) of each direction's coordinates. The average of the x coordinates is (9+7)/2 = 8. The average of y coordinates is (11+8)/2 = 9.5, So the midpoint is (8,9.5). This same method works for 3 and higher dimensions.

It is 1.5

Midpoint: (-10.5, 5)

The midpoint of the line segment from ( 3, 7 ) to ( 8, 2 ) is at ( 5.5, 4.5 )

Endpoints: (-8, 12) and (-13, -2) Midpoint: (-10.5, 5)