Kripa M.

asked • 01/15/15

Write an equation of the line that is the perpendicular bisector of the line segment.

It must have endpoints (3,-1) and (3,5). 

Mark M.

Which line has the specified endpoints? The line or the bisector?


Fartash Y.

the equation of the line is: x=3(because x is constant) therefore the perpendicular line must be y=a now we have to find the bisector is perpendicular to the line and pass throw the midpoint of the line.therefore a must be the midpoint of the line which is a=(y1+y2)/2=(5-1)/2=2 therefore your answer is   y=2.



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