I have to calculate the midpoint of a line drawn on a logarithmic graph, where the y axis is logarithmic, but the x axis is not. The two points are (1,5) and (8, 34). The midpoint of a line on a non-logarithmic graph is a different point that the midpoint of a logarithmic graph. At the moment, I'm checking my answers using a ruler to find the midpoint between the two points on the logarithmic graph. Can someone explain the solution in easy terms?