MATH SOLVE

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# Can I please get help on these questions? They're so confusing. I'll give brainiest to the best answer. If you can, please show your work, but it's not needed.The question is below in the attached file.

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Well, let's see that we can find the midpoint with this formula:[tex](\frac{x_1+x_2}{2},\frac{y_1+y_2}{2})[/tex]We have the midpoint and one of the endpoints so:[tex](\frac{x_1+(-2)}{2},\frac{y_1+(-19)}{2})=(-1,-28)[/tex][tex](\frac{x_1-2}{2},\frac{y_1-19}{2})=(-1, -28)[/tex]We have this now:[tex]\frac{x_1-2}{2}=-1[/tex][tex]x_1-2= -1.2[/tex][tex]x_1-2=-2[/tex][tex]x_1=-2+2[/tex][tex]x_1=0[/tex][tex]\frac{y_1-19}{2}=-28[/tex][tex] y_1-19=-28.2[/tex][tex]y_1-19=-56[/tex][tex]y_1=-56+19[/tex][tex]y_1=-37[/tex]So the pair is (0, -37)