A mathematical concept that represents the point that is equidistant from two given points in a Cartesian coordinate system. Calculated as the average of the x-coordinates and the y-coordinates of the two points, resulting in a point that lies exactly halfway between the two points along a straight line. Useful in various applications, such as geometry, physics, and computer graphics. View Solution Guide

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