# applying slope, midpoint, ad distance

Find D, the midpoint of AB, and E, the midpoint of AC, of a triangle with verticies, A(-14,6) B(2,0) C(-10,-6).

Show how DE and BC are parallel.

Show how BC is twice the length of DE.

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 May 22, 2015 Rating Good post NEW by: Frederique Wilkinson DVM Does not leave!, Many thanks from costumelook (halloween costumes)

 May 06, 2011 Rating Use the formula by: Rakiya By using the formula, we can find the coordinates of the midpoints: ( (x1+x2)/2, (y1+y2)/2 ) Substituting those numbers should hopefully give d=(-6,3)

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