# Midpoint Calculator

It is **not** always easy to **solve **geometrical **problems **as you may be feeling **confused **when comparing them with **general **mathematics. **For example**, midpoint calculation may be easier for **you **when you are **dealing **with **integers**. But it will become difficult when you have to **find **the **midpoint **of a line.

To make this **process **easier too, you should use a **midpoint calculator**. This online **handy** calculator has been **designed** to find the **central **point of **two **points or a line. Using this maths calculator is also pretty **simple **and easy which makes it **suitable **for every **student**. You don’t need to **use **complex keys or **steps**. Read on till the **end **to understand the working of this **online **calculator.

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## What is Midpoint?

In **geometry**, Midpoint is a **specific **point on the **line **joining **two **points that **can **be considered its **central **point. We **can **also define the **midpoint **as the simple **central **point between any two **points**, objects, or **sections**.

But **normally**, the **midpoint **definition is stated in **terms **of line **segment **because it is simple to **understand**. In simple **words**, when two points are joined in the x-**y **coordinates, the central **point **of the segment will be **called **its midpoint.

### What is Midpoint Formula?

**Like **other solutions in **geometry**, a specific **midpoint **formula can be used to **find **this particular **point**. As it is the **central **point, so, we can say that it is the **average **of the points **involved**. But the method to find the **average **is a little different **from **integers.

Here is the general formula to follow in this regard.

Midpoint (x,y) = (^{x}1 +^{x}2/2 ,^{y}1 +^{y}2/2)

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^{x}1 and^{y}1 represents the coordinates of the first point. ^{x}2 and^{y}2 represents the coordinates of the second point.

### How to find Midpoint?

You **can **easily find the midpoint of **any **line **segment **using the above **formula**. If you are unable to **understand **how to do **so**, you should **check **the following **example**. It will help you in understanding the process **properly**.

**Example 1:**

Find the midpoint of (3,6) and (7, 12).

**Solution:**

We can define the above data in the following format:

^{x}1 = 3

^{y}1 = 6

^{x}2 = 7

^{y}2 = 12

Now, we have to put the values in the above formula.

Midpoint (x,y) = (3 + 7/2 , 6 + 12/2)

Midpoint (x,y) = (10/2 , 18/2)

Midpoint (x,y) = (5 ,9)

So, the midpoint of (3,6) and (7, 12) is (5,9).

### How to use the Midpoint Calculator?

Using this online tool by Calculator’s Bag is simple because of its user-friendly interface. Follow these steps to use this maths calculator.

- Insert the coordinates of the first point.
- Insert the coordinates of the second point.
- This calculator will automatically show you the midpoint of the inserted points.

### FAQ | Midpoint Calculator

**What is the midpoint of 0,2 and 2,8?**

The midpoint of (0,2) and (2,8) is (1,5).

**What is the midpoint of 0 and 5?**

The midpoint of 0 and 5 is 2.5.

**How to find the midpoint of two points? **

To find the midpoint of two points, we have to add the x and y coordinates of those points and then divide them by “2” separately.

**How do you find class midpoint? **

To find the class midpoint, we have to add the lower-class and upper-class limits and then divide the resultant by “2”.

**Can a midpoint calculator find the midpoint of three or more points? **

No, this midpoint calculator can only find the midpoint of two points.

**What is the significance of the midpoint? **

The midpoint is useful for finding the central point of any segment that is equidistant from both ends. It helps in solving various daily life problems as well as mathematical problems.

**How to find the midpoint of a line segment? **

To find the midpoint of a line segment, we have to find the coordinates of its points first. Then, we can follow this formula to find its midpoint.

Midpoint (x,y) = (^{x}1 +^{x}2/2 ,^{y}1 +^{y}2/2)