# Midpoint Calculator

The calculator will find the midpoint for two points, with steps shown.

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Hint: if you have two-dimensional points, set the third coordinates equal to or leave them empty.

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Find the midpoint for $$P = \left(3, 2\right)$$$and $$Q = \left(5, 9\right)$$$.
The midpoint for two points $$P = \left(p_{x}, p_{y}\right)$$$and $$Q = \left(q_{x}, q_{y}\right)$$$ is $$M = \left(\frac{p_{x} + q_{x}}{2}, \frac{p_{y} + q_{y}}{2}\right)$$$. We have that $$p_{x} = 3$$$, $$p_{y} = 2$$$, $$q_{x} = 5$$$, $$q_{y} = 9$$$. Thus, $$M = \left(\frac{3 + 5}{2}, \frac{2 + 9}{2}\right) = \left(4, \frac{11}{2}\right)$$$.
$$M = \left(4, \frac{11}{2}\right) = \left(4, 5.5\right)$$\$A