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How many units apart are the points (4, -3) and (-4, 3)?

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Use: \[\large Distance = \sqrt{(x_2 - x_1)^2+ (y_2 - y_1)^2}\] \[\large x_2 = -4, x_1 = 4, y_2 = 3, y_1 = -3\] Plug in the values and find the distance..
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You are not taking care of negative signs.. \[Distance = \sqrt{(-4-4)^2 + (3 - (-3))^2}\]

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-4 -4 = -8 and: 3 - (-3) = 3 + 3 = 6
so 2 ?
How??
I think I have put square above the brackets in the formula. You have to square them first and then add them..
i add them together?
Before adding please square them that is what Formula is saying..
1 got 100
Yes right.. Now take the square root of 100 ??
50
\(\sqrt{100} = 50 ??\)
Do you know what is square root ??
im rite?
10
Yes now you are right.. Well Done . That is the distance between them..

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