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Let P and Q be points on the line joining A(−2, 5) and B(3, 1) such th

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Let P and Q be points on the line joining A(−2, 5) and B(3, 1) such that AP = PQ = QB. Then, the mid-point of PQ is:

(a) ( 1/2 , 3)
(b) (-1/2 , 4)
(c) (2,3 )
(d) (-1 , 4)
(e) (3 , -1/2)

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PQ is squarely in the middle of AB, so the midpoint of PQ is the midpoint of AB. Averaging the x-coordinates and y-coordinates of A and B, the midpoint is (1/2, 3).
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