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# Endpoint Calculator

Free online tool that helps you calculate the endpoint of a line segment in a two-dimensional coordinate system, given the coordinates of the other endpoint (x₁, y₁) and the coordinates of the midpoint (xₘ, yₘ).

Endpoint (x₂, y₂)
(0, 0)

## What is an endpoint in a two-dimensional coordinate system?

In a 2-dimensional coordinate system, an endpoint refers to one of the two points that define a line segment. A line segment is a part of a line that has two endpoints and extends between them.

Each endpoint of a line segment is represented by a pair of coordinates (x, y), which indicate its position in the coordinate plane. The x-coordinate gives the position of the endpoint on the horizontal axis, while the y-coordinate gives its position on the vertical axis.

Knowing the coordinates of the endpoints of a line segment can be important in various applications that involve geometry or spatial analysis. For example, you can use the coordinates to calculate the length, slope, or direction of the line segment, or to determine its relationship to other objects in the coordinate system.