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# What is the midpoint of 5.49 5.48?

It is 5.4085

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You probably meant 5.485 not 5.4085
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If we add 5.49 and 5.48 the result is 10.97. Now to know the midpoint of these two numbers we can divide their total by 2 which gives us the answer of 5.48 which gives us the answer that the midpoint of 5.49 and 5.48 is 5.48. Hence, it is justified.

The only stable, and only naturally-occurring isotope of gold has mass number of 197. This is the number of protons and neutrons in each nucleus.

Gold's atomic number is 79. This is the number of protons found in each gold atom. This determines its place in the Periodic Table, and its chemical properties: it is the defining property of gold.

A nucleus with a different number of neutrons and the same 79 protons would be a different isotope with a different mass number; a nucleus with a different number of protons would not be gold, but some other element.

To find the midpoint of any range, add the two numbers together and divide by 2

here: (5.49+5.48)/2 =10.97/2

Midpoint is : 5.485

Add both numbers together and divide it by 2 that is the midpoint number

5.48+5.49= 10.97

10.97/2= 5.485

therefore 5.485 is the mid number

5.48+5.49= 10.97

10.97/2= 5.485

therefore 5.485 is the mid number

It is 5.485 that is half way between 5.48 and 5.49

(5.49 + 5.48) =10.97

10.97/2 = 5.485 is the equal

Let, x1=5.49 & x2=5.48

and n = quantity of given number = 2

we know that,

``````	Mid Point= (x1+x2+x3+.....+xn) / n

= (5.49+4.48) / 2

= 10.97 / 2

= 5.485
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So, the mid point is 5.485