find the coordinates of the missing endpoint if P is the midpoint of NQ

Answer:
X1= 3, Y1= 9

Midpoint formula= (?,?)= (x1+x2/2 , y1+y2/2)

-2= 3+? Making ?= -5

10= 9+? Making ?= 1

So your answer is (-5,1)= N

Midpoint formula= (?,?)= (x1+x2/2 , y1+y2/2)

-2= 3+? Making ?= -5

10= 9+? Making ?= 1

So your answer is (-5,1)= N

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The coordinates of the missing endpoint, if P is the midpoint of segment NQ, are found using the formula N = 2P - Q. Substituting the given values into this formula, the coordinates of the missing point N are (-5, 1).

If point P is the **midpoint** of segment NQ, we can use the formula for finding the coordinates of the endpoint if we know the midpoint and one endpoint. The formula states:

To find the **missing endpoint** (in this case, point N), we use the formula: N = 2P - Q

Substituting the given values into the formula, we get:

N = 2(-1, 5) - (3, 9)

N = (-2, 10) - (3, 9)

N = (-5, 1)

So, the coordinates of the missing endpoint N are (-5, 1).

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B.

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C.

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D.

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The answer is C

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**Answer:**

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Formula Perimeter is A+B+C**

**First, you need to change the 28 mm to cm (move decimal once space to the left making 28mm to 2.8 cm) **

**Next, add all your sides that are now in the same format of cm **

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**answer**

5

**set up equations**

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