midpoint


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a point or an area equidistant from all sides of something

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The yuan slipped after the central bank fixed the daily trading midpoint against the dollar at its weakest level since September.
A constant struggle to teach students the midpoint formula and not the general formula (the one using the ratio a:b), is that students invariably confuse the midpoint formula with either the slope formula or with the distance formula, or with both.
In the proposed plan, Grade 1, the lowest level, would have a midpoint of $15.
This has effectively caused the midpoint to close in on the spot price as regulators let it sink closer to where traders are actually buying and selling it.
Actually, the dumbbell argument does not add significantly to our original midpoint argument, except that we may well now be convinced from our physical understanding that the balance point of the quadrilateral is unique.
What was the midpoint between Papelbon's asking and the Red Sox' offering?
i] is defined as (Offering Price--Mid Range)/Mid Range, where Mid Range is the midpoint of the originally filed price range.
Bosses from landowner ProLogis Developments and Birmingham City Council visited the Midpoint Park site to inspect the footings of two giant warehouse units set to be completed this summer.
75% midpoint of this cap rate range, Mount Vernon Square's value is closer to $185 million, $40 million more than the actual purchase price.
This study used a sample of 316 university students, roughly half of whom identified themselves has Hispanic, to test whether extreme response tendency and/or midpoint bias could be shown in that American subpopulation.
After a recent half-marathon during which I had hamstring pain from the midpoint of the race to the finish, I experienced pain in the gluteus maximus and right knee.
The two dictionary definitions of the mean as an arithmetic average and as the midpoint (median) of a distribution are not necessarily inconsistent.
When the algae reached the midpoint, they collided with the beads.
For energy intervals where more than half of the escape times computed for UCN realizations are numerically well determined, we predict the median escape time as a function of the midpoint of the interval.
In an interview with NBC's Channel 10 News of Philadelphia, Pettaway elaborated: "The next thing you know, I just heard somebody in my house and I ran midpoint down the steps and I fired shots randomly.