# Coordinates of the intersection of the diagonals

In the rectangular coordinate system, a rectangle ABCD is drawn. The vertices of the rectangle are determined by these coordinates

A = (2.2)

B = (8.2)

C = (8.6)

D = (2.6)

Find the coordinates of the intersection of the diagonals of the ABCD rectangle

A = (2.2)

B = (8.2)

C = (8.6)

D = (2.6)

Find the coordinates of the intersection of the diagonals of the ABCD rectangle

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