Q: What is the midpoint of -11.3 and 8.1?

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Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 3, 42/81 is equal to 14/27 or fourteen twenty-sevenths.

The formula for converting from Fahrenheit to celsius is as follows: C = (F-32) x5/9 So in this case it would be: 1. 113-32 which gives 81 2. 81 x 5 gives 405 3. 405 / 9 gives 45 So the answer is 45 degrees Celsius

it gives you the midpoint of the line segment you use the formula for

A midpoint of anything is the point exactly halfway between the beginning point and the end point. So logically, it is the "midpoint".

It is its centre or the midpoint of its diameter.

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The midpoint between 113 and 284 is 198.5. To get the number you subtract 113 from 284 and then divide by 2. The number you get, you can add it to 113 or subtract it from 284 to get the correct answer.

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There's no root and there's no variable, so no, it can't be factored, but it can be simplified to 113.

Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 3, 42/81 is equal to 14/27 or fourteen twenty-sevenths.

The formula for converting from Fahrenheit to celsius is as follows: C = (F-32) x5/9 So in this case it would be: 1. 113-32 which gives 81 2. 81 x 5 gives 405 3. 405 / 9 gives 45 So the answer is 45 degrees Celsius

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it gives you the midpoint of the line segment you use the formula for

Well it is actually very simple. You simply just multiply 1.8 * 45 (whatever number Celsius) and add (+) 32 to that number. so the number line is 1.8*45= 45+32= and the answer is 1.8*45= 81 and then 81+32= 113 so the answer is 113 degrees Fahrenheit. That is the answer i got. I am in 6th grade science.

A midpoint of anything is the point exactly halfway between the beginning point and the end point. So logically, it is the "midpoint".

The Brooklyn Bridge has a midpoint.