If you have 3 points on the same line or line segment, and there is one point on the right, one point on the left, and one point that is not on either end but is in the middle, then that is the point which is between other points.
a line segment is not a point but a series of points between two definite end points
Average is the sum of all data points divided by the number of data points. Median is the data point that is exactly halfway between the lowest and highest data points.
It is the midpoint
The Steelers have a +29 point differential throughout the 8 Superbowls they played in.
It is the arithmetic mean of the two numbers. The halfway point between x and y is (x + y)/2
since you know of one points and the halfway point between the other point. just multiply the halfway point by 2 and this is the total distance between the two points.
A point has no size, and a line is of infinite length, so it contains an infinite number of points. It takes only two points to describe or identify a line, but number of points it contains is infinte. Actually, even a line segment has an infinite number, since it is not possible to get two points so close together that another point won't fit between them.
They must be collinear.
yes, three points in the least number of points that can be used to define a plane. if you used two points you would only have a line, and one point is a point