# Guys! HEEEELP! TOPIC: Division of a line segment Find the midpoint of the line segment joining - (3/5, -3) and (4, -6/7) - (2/3, 5/2) and (4/5, 3/4) - A circle has its center at (3, -2) and one end of a diameter at (7,2). Find the other end of the diameter. - Prove that the points (2, -3), (5,0), (2, 3) and (-1,0) are vertices of a square. -Determine the distance of (3/2, 5) and (5/6, -3) Thanks in advance guys!

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by anglojenine

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2015-10-02T12:05:09+08:00

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1)  Midpoint of (3/5, -3) and (4, -6/7) is (23/10, -27/14)

2)  Midpoint of (2/3, 5/2) and (4/5, 3/4) is (11/15, 13/6)

3)  The other endpoint of the diameter is (-4, -4)

4) The points are vertices of square.

5)  Distance of points (3/2, 5) and (5/6, -3)

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