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The '''midpoint''' of a [[line segment]] is the [[point]] on the segment equidistant from both endpoints.
 
The '''midpoint''' of a [[line segment]] is the [[point]] on the segment equidistant from both endpoints.
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The [[Segment Addition Postulate]] states that if <math>M</math> is the midpoint of line segment <math>AB</math>, then <math>AM+MB=AB</math>.
  
 
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The midpoint of a line segment is the point on the segment equidistant from both endpoints.

The Segment Addition Postulate states that if $M$ is the midpoint of line segment $AB$, then $AM+MB=AB$.

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