Derive Midpoint Formula

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    nycmathguy

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    Derive the midpoint formula for points on the xy-plane. Show steps along the way....

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    Given two points A (x1, y1) and B (x2, y2), the midpoint between A and B is given by,

    M(x3, y3) = [(x1+ x2)/2, (y1+ y2)/2)]

    where, M is the midpoint between A and B, and (x3, y3) are its coordinates.

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    Very cool. Very nice.
     
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