(Last Updated On: September 10, 2019)

### Problem: Given these pairs of points, (-2, 10) and (4, 9), find the midpoint, distance, slope, and equation of the line.

### Solutions:

- To find the
**midpoint**, average the x coordinates and y coordinates. The midpoint is

- To find the (always zero or positive)
**distance**, use the formula

- To find the
**slope**, use the formula

- The
**equation of the line**are

**Method 1:**

Plug in one known point *(say, (4, 9))* and the calculated slope.

Now plug

*and*

**b***into the line equation:*

**m****Method 2:**

Plug in one known point (say, ** (-2, 10)**) and the calculated slope.

### List of Similar Problems with Complete Solutions

- How to find distance between two points
- How to find the midpoint of a line
- How to find the slope of a line
- How to find the equation of a line
- Examples Problems with Solutions in Geometry

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