A point on a line segment that divides the segment into two congruent segments.

A point that divides a line segment into two congruent segments

A Midpoint (or halfsum) is the halfway point between two planets, usually measured in longitude. A midpoint is considered to be a sensitive point, and its interpretation is based on the combined energies of the planets involved, much like an interpretation of planets in aspect.

a player's 13-point (i.e., the opponent's 12-point) on the bar a phrase used to describe the location of checkers that have been hit but that have not yet entered

The exact midpoint between two planets as measured in degrees and minutes of arc around the chart.

a point equidistant from the ends of a line or the extremities of a figure

a point half way between two planets (or other notables)

a point that denotes the middle of any given line segment

c, of a segment [ a,b] on the real line is located at the average of the endpoints, a,b

A point that is exactly half way between two set points.

The point on a surfboard exactly halfway between the nose and tail; not necessarily the wide point (see wide point).

The point on a segment that is equidistant from the endpoints.

A point halfway between two points.

Both players own 13 point.

The midpoint (half-sum) between two planets, points, or house cusps.

A point equally distant to two planets or house cusps. Midpoints are considered by some astrologers to be sensitive points in a person's chart.

The point at or near the middle of a scale or set of experimental results data in scientific analyses.

A zodiacal point in a horoscope that is equidistant from two planets. Two midpoints exist for each pair of planets. Aspects to a midpoint activate the two planets involved. Interchangeable with half-sum. Midpoints are largely used by cosmobiologists.

The point on a line segment that divides it into two congruent segments.

The midpoint (also known as class mark in relation to histogram) is the middle point of a line segment. It is equidistant from both endpoints.