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Find the distance between the points (-1, -2) and (-4, 3) in simplest radical form. Answer

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so do you know the distance formula?
yes
well, first you just plug in the numbers.|dw:1338519672513:dw|

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i have the solution just how do u turn it into a radical
the answer is 5.830951894845301
well, before you actually do the square root of the answer, it would just be \[\sqrt{34}\] right?
yea
well, that's simplest radical form because 34's only factors are 1, 2, 17, 34. and none of these are numbers that you can find the square root of that is a whole number so \[\sqrt{34}\] would be in simplest radical form. understand?

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