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# Midpoint Formula Worksheets

Midpoint formula worksheets have a wide range of high school practice pdfs to find the midpoint of a line segment using number lines, grids and midpoint formula method. Also determine the missing coordinates, midpoint of the sides or diagonals of the given geometrical shapes, missing endpoints and more. Free pdf worksheets are also included.

In these printable midpoint worksheets a number line is marked with numerous points. Find the midpoint of each indicated line segment.

Midpoints of Line Segments on a Grid: Level 1

Gain a basic idea of finding the midpoint of a line segment depicted on a grid with this exercise! Locate the endpoints of the line segments, add both x-coordinates and divide by 2, and repeat the steps with y-coordinates as well to obtain the coordinates of the midpoint.

Midpoint of a Line Segment on a Grid: Level 2

Level up finding the midpoint of a line segment whose endpoints are located on different quadrants of a coordinate grid. Analyze the x and y-axes, find the locations of the endpoints, calculate the position of the midpoint, and write it as an ordered pair.

Define the formula for the midpoint of two endpoints (x_{1}, y_{1}) and (x_{2}, y_{2}), as M = [(x_{1} + x_{2})/2, (y_{1} + y_{2})/2], and direct high school students to apply it and solve the problems here.

Gain momentum along your way in using the midpoint formula to determine the point halfway between indicated points with integer, fractional, and decimal values.

Find the center of a circle, median of a triangle, point of intersection of diagonals of a square, rectangle, parallelogram and more in these printable high school worksheets.

The endpoints and the midpoint of a line segment are given with an unknown value. Find the value of the unknown.

Finding the End Point: Standard

In these pdf worksheets the one end of a line segment and the midpoint are given. Find the other end of the line segment

Coordinates of Points: Challenge

Challenge students to figure out the ordered pairs of a point that is at a fractional distance from another indicated point. Also, ask them to find the missing coordinates of points on geometric figures.