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In the number line shown above, point P is midway between A and B. Poi

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In the number line shown above, point P is midway between A and B. Point Q is midway between C and D. What is the distance between points P and Q?

A. 3⁄7
B. 4⁄7
C. 6⁄7
D. 17⁄7
E. 18⁄7

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In the number line shown above, point P is midway between A and B. Point Q is midway between C and D. What is the distance between points P and Q?

A. 3⁄7
B. 4⁄7
C. 6⁄7
D. 17⁄7
E. 18⁄7

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we know P and Q are midpoints, so if we shift P on A, Q will come on C..
between A and C, there are 6 gaps of 3/7..
so our answer= 6*3/7=18/7..
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Point P is => \(\frac{1}{2}(\frac{9}{7}+\frac{12}{7})=\frac{21}{14}\)

Point Q is =>\(\frac{1}{2}(\frac{6}{7}+\frac{9}{7})=\frac{15}{14}\)

Total distance between P->Q = Distance from P to 0+ Distance from Q to 0
=>\(\frac{21}{14}+\frac{15}{14}=\frac{18}{7}\)
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