Q: What is the midpoint of segment -3 3 and 1 -3?

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The midpoint is (0, 1)

If the endpoints are: (3, 7) and (2, -1) then the midpoint is at (2.5, 3)

(1, 5)

If you mean points of (-1, 7) and (-3, 3) then the midpoint is at (-2, 5)

If you mean endpoints of (1, 7) and (3, 3) then the midpoint is at (2, 5).

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The midpoint is (0, 1)

Midpoint: (1, 1)

If the endpoints are: (3, 7) and (2, -1) then the midpoint is at (2.5, 3)

If you mean endpoints of (-1, 7) and (3, -3) then the midpoint is (1, 2)

The midpoint of a line segment would be to add up all of the numbers in the segment. Then divide by the number of numbers that were added. For example if a 1, 3, and 8 were added, divide by 3. This will give the midpoint of the line segment.

Endpoints: (1, -6) and (-3, 4) Midpoint: (-1, -1)

(1, 5)

Endpoints: (1, -6) and (-3, 4) Midpoint: (-1, -1)

Endpoints: (1, -6) and (-3, 4) Midpoint: (-1, -1)

Endpoints: (1, -6) and (-3, 4) Midpoint: (-1, -1)

If you mean points of (-1, 7) and (-3, 3) then the midpoint is at (-2, 5)

Endpoints: (1, -6) and (-3, 4) Midpoint: (-1, -1)