The vertices of the trapezoid are J(4m, 4n), K(4q, 4n), M(4p, 0), and L(0, 0). How do you find the midpoint of the midsegment of the trapezoid Midsegment=HN?
Mid point of the mid segment is
H is the mid point of JK and N the mid point of LM
Mid point of HN O is
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To find the midpoint of the midsegment of the trapezoid (HN), where (H) and (N) are midpoints of sides (JK) and (ML) respectively, you would first find the coordinates of (H) and (N) using the midpoint formula, then find the midpoint between these two midpoints using the same formula. Here are the steps:

Find the midpoint of side (JK): (H = \left(\frac{4m + 4q}{2}, \frac{4n + 4n}{2}\right))

Find the midpoint of side (ML): (N = \left(\frac{4p + 0}{2}, \frac{0 + 0}{2}\right))

Find the midpoint of the midsegment (HN): (Midpoint = \left(\frac{H_x + N_x}{2}, \frac{H_y + N_y}{2}\right))
Substitute the values of (H) and (N) into the midpoint formula to find the midpoint of (HN).
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