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What is the midpoint of a segment whose endpoints are (9, -9) and (-3, 7)? A. (3, -1) B. (6, 8) C. (-1, 3) D. (-8, 6)
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The midpoint of a segment whose endpoints are (9, -9) and (-3, 7) is (3, -1). M = [(x1+x2)/2, (y1+y2)/2]; M = [(9-3)/2, (-9+7)/2]; M = (6/2, -2/2); M = (3, -1)
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