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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?

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  2. fearless
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    yes

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    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

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    the answer is 5.830951894845301

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    well, before you actually do the square root of the answer, it would just be \[\sqrt{34}\] right?

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    yea

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    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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