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Midpoint is the point in the middle of the two endpoints of a line segment. It will give you two equal distances from the midpoint to one endpoint and the midpoint to the other endpoint.

If you are given two coordinates of the two endpoints like (x1, y1) and (x2, y2)
Then the formula that you can use is
( \frac{ x_{1}+ x_{2}  }{2}, \frac{ y_{1}+ y_{2}  }{2})

For example;
the two coordinates given are (4,3) and (2,7), find the midpoint
Just use the formula above to solve for the midpoint.
( \frac{4+2}{2},  \frac{3+7}{2})=( \frac{2}{2},  \frac{10}{2})=(1,5)

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The midpoint M of the line segment joining the
points (x1y1) and (x 2y 2) is

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