In this video the tutor shows how to find the midpoint of a line. He goes on and gives a formula to find out the mid point of a line. The x coordinate of the mid point of a line is the average of the xcoordinates of the end points of that line. Similarly the y coordinate of the mid point of a line is the average of the ycoordinates of the end points of that line. He notes down the formula and explains it by taking an example. This video shows how to compute the mid point of a line given its end points.
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