How Do You Find the Midpoint of Two Points on a Map If You Have the Coordinates?
So you need to find the midpoint between two cities on a map. If you know the coordinates of the two cities then you can use a formula to figure out the midpoint. It really is as easy as that. Check out this video to see the formula.
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