# Finding Lengths and Midpoints of Line Segments in Two-Dimensional Coordinate Systems

In this set of exercises, you will practice finding the lengths and midpoints of line segments in two-dimensional coordinate systems. The first question asks you

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Slide2ma.912.g.1.1: find the lengths and midpoints of line segments in two-dimensionalcoordinate systems. What is the coordinate of the midpoint of GH? A. (1, −1) B. (−1, 1) C. (6, 3) D. (−6, −3)

Slide3ma.912.g.1.1: find the lengths and midpoints of line segments in two-dimensionalcoordinate systems. Quadrilateral  ABCD  is shown below. What is the length of diagonal AC? A. 6 . 1 B. 7 . 9 C. 15 D. 18

Slide4ma.912.g.1.1: find the lengths and midpoints of line segments in two-dimensionalcoordinate systems. The circle shown is centered at (−4, 2) and contains the point (2, 7). Which of the following is closest to the length of the diameter of the circle? (Remember that the diameter of a circle is twice the length of the radius.) A.  7 . 8 B.  9 . 2 C.  15 . 6 D.  18 . 4

Slide5ma.912.g.1.1: find the lengths and midpoints of line segments in two-dimensionalcoordinate systems. The coordinate of the midpoint of  EF  is  X  (−2, 7) and the coordinate of the endpoint  E  is (3, −1). What is the  y -coordinate of endpoint  F ? A.  5 B.  10 C.  15 D.  20

Slide6ma.912.g.1.1: find the lengths and midpoints of line segments in two-dimensionalcoordinate systems. Find the coordinate of the midpoint of  PQ  shown below? A. (3, 2) B. (2, 3) C. (−6, 4) D. (6, −4)