13.7 - 13-7 The Midpoint Formula A Theorem 13-5(The...

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Unformatted text preview: 13-7 The Midpoint Formula A) Theorem 13-5 (The Midpoint Forumla) a. b. Example: Find the midpoint of the segment whose endpoints are (-3,5) and (7,10) c. d. B) Theorem 13-6 (The Chunk Theorem) a. b. Example: If A(-1,4) and C(4,6) are the endpoints of a segment and B is a point of , find the coordinates of B given that the ratio equals i. 2 ii. c. What happens when a segment is trisected? d. A segment has midpoint (2,3) and one endpoint is (-2,5). What are the coordinates of the other midpoint? e. Find the midpoint of (3,2,-1) and (5,-2,1) ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course ALGEBRA 098 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '09 term at Grand Valley State.

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13.7 - 13-7 The Midpoint Formula A Theorem 13-5(The...

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