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What is the magnitude and direction of GH if G(2, -2) and H(7, 6)? magnitude: 9.43 units; direction 32.01° magnitude: 6.4 units; direction: 57.99° magnitude: 9.43 units: direction: 57.99° magnitude: 6.4 units: direction: 32.01°

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9.43 units distance and 57.99 direction
how did u get that if u dont mind me asking i have no help at home being ho,eschool and dont really get how to do this stuff
please @shahzadjalbani, how calculate "magnitude?

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\[\sqrt{(x2-x1)^2+(y2-y1)^2}\]
check it @netlopes1
Thanks @shahzadjalbani, really I didn't know this. Thanks again!!!
No problem you can ask any question if you have .
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No problem I can understand your English

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