Answer :

Centre of circle is (1, 2)


Point (3, 2)


Let the coordinates of the other end be (x1,y1)


Using the section formula for mid points



3 + x1 = 2


x1 = - 1



2 + y1 = 4


y1 = 2


Answer : The Other point is ( - 1 , 2)


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