The midpoint of a line is a point in the middle… It seems obvious doesn’t it? Technically a midpoint is a point on a line that divides it into two congruent segments We can calculate any midpoint by looking at the x-coordinates of two points and finding their average. We can then find the average of the y-coordinates and use our results as the coordinates of our midpoint. Check out the diagram below.
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