Q: How is midpoint used in real world?

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There are actually quite a few real life examples of a midpoint. The Equator is an example of a midpoint.

midpoint between 4-16

All bisectors intersect the line segment at the midpoint. There can be multiple bisectors, intersecting at the midpoint at different angles, but they all intersect the line segment at its midpoint. The midpoint separates the line segment into two equal halves.

The answer is (8,6). I just drew a graph and found the slope then I used the slope once going downwards from the midpoint

1.25

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Scales or balances.

Midpoint- a point that divides a line segment into two equal parts

There are actually quite a few real life examples of a midpoint. The Equator is an example of a midpoint.

The midpoint formula is used to find the point that is in the middle of a segment.

This depends on which midpoint is being referenced. The world's vertical midpoint is the equator which cuts the sphere of the earth in half. The world's horizontal midpoint doesn't exist since the world is a ball, however, if you look at the earth from the top the horizontal midpoint is right at the north pole. Therefore the earth's three-dimensional midpoint would be in its core. But in terms of geographic locations, the regions on the earth's horizontal midpoint are the north and south pole, while the following countries are on the earth's equator (vertical midpoint):Africa:GabonCongoDemocratic Republic of the CongoUgandaKenyaSomaliaS. America:EcuadorColumbiaBrazilIndonesia

This depends on which midpoint is being referenced. The world's vertical midpoint is the equator which cuts the sphere of the earth in half. The world's horizontal midpoint doesn't exist since the world is a ball, however, if you look at the earth from the top the horizontal midpoint is right at the north pole. Therefore the earth's three-dimensional midpoint would be in its core. But in terms of geographic locations, the regions on the earth's horizontal midpoint are the north and south pole, while the following countries are on the earth's equator (vertical midpoint):Africa:GabonCongoDemocratic Republic of the CongoUgandaKenyaSomaliaS. America:EcuadorColumbiaBrazilIndonesia

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a cube because its used in the real world plus its not a polygon

E means Electronic in this real world of technology

To find the midpoint of two real numbers add them together and then divide by two: (15.30+12.15 )/2 = 27.45/2 = 13.725 To double check that 13.725 is in fact the midpoint note that 13.725 is the same distance (1.575) from each of the numbers.

There are many ways quadratic equations are used in the real world. These equations are used to calculate area, speed and profit

For example, if you want to travel from Phoenix to Dallas and you want to split the driving into two days, you would find a "midpoint" (i.e. city roughly in the middle of those two).