# Midpoint Formula

## Determine the midpoints of line segments by taking the average of x values and average of y values

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## Midpoint Formula

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Learn how to use the midpoint formula.
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## Midpoint Formula - Overview

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## Finding the Midpoint of a Line Segment - Overview

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## Finding the Midpoint of a Line Segment - Example 1

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Find the midpoint of the line segment between two points
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## Finding the Midpoint of a Line Segment - Example 2

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Word problems - predicting sales using the midpoint
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## Midpoint Formula - Example 1

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Finding the Midpoint of the Line Connecting Two Points
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## Midpoint Formula - Example 2

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Finding the Other Endpoint Given One Endpoint and the Midpoint
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## Midpoint Formula - Example 3

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Finding the Midpoint of the Line Segment Joining Two Points
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## Midpoint Formula - Example 4

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Writing an Equation for the Perpendicular Bisector Given the Line Segment Joining Two Points
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