Right here!
   Firstly let’ s start off with a simple video    clip:Morevideolinks!
   Now that you have seen the video, it’s    time to introduce:         The Midpoint Formula
   For example, when you have 2    endpoints: [ A(-1, 2) and B(3, -6)], x1 and    x2 would replace -1 and 3 respectively;...
   Solve each side separately (easier).   For the ‘x’ side: (-1) + 3 = 2 2/2 = 1
   Then, for the ‘y’ side: 2 + (-6) = -4 (-4)/2 = -2
   The answer for the midpoint would be:   Midpoint (1, -2) That’s the conventional method to find the  midpoint. But ...
 http://www.purplemath.com/modules/  midpoint.htm http://regentsprep.org/Regents/math/g  eometry/GCG2/Lmidpoint.htm htt...
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Finding the Midpoint

  1. 1. Right here!
  2. 2.  Firstly let’ s start off with a simple video clip:Morevideolinks!
  3. 3.  Now that you have seen the video, it’s time to introduce: The Midpoint Formula
  4. 4.  For example, when you have 2 endpoints: [ A(-1, 2) and B(3, -6)], x1 and x2 would replace -1 and 3 respectively; y1 and y2 would then replace 2 and -6. Find out why Continued here
  5. 5.  Solve each side separately (easier). For the ‘x’ side: (-1) + 3 = 2 2/2 = 1
  6. 6.  Then, for the ‘y’ side: 2 + (-6) = -4 (-4)/2 = -2
  7. 7.  The answer for the midpoint would be: Midpoint (1, -2) That’s the conventional method to find the midpoint. But as long as you remember that youre averaging the two points x- and y- values, you will do fine. It wont matter which point you pick to be the ‘first’ point you start with.
  8. 8.  http://www.purplemath.com/modules/ midpoint.htm http://regentsprep.org/Regents/math/g eometry/GCG2/Lmidpoint.htm http://www.ehow.com/how_5609647_mi dpoint-two-points.html
  9. 9.  Thanks for viewing our awesome PowerPoint slide! More stuff here!!!

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