anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the distance between the points (2, -3) and (5, -4)
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@SWAG
hba
  • hba
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hba
  • hba
@rebecca1233 You there ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yees
hba
  • hba
@rebecca1233 Just follow the link :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait so i subtract 2 - -4
anonymous
  • anonymous
(6.-8)
anonymous
  • anonymous
i did i got (6,-8)
anonymous
  • anonymous
?
hba
  • hba
Lemme check
hba
  • hba
We have to find the distance here So \[D=\sqrt{(x_2-x_1)^2+(y_2-y_1)^2}\] Now solve
anonymous
  • anonymous
can u work me thorugh it step by step cause i need help
SWAG
  • SWAG
The answer is = ...........
hba
  • hba
So here (x1,y1)= (2, -3) (x2,y2)=(5, -4) Now you can just solve
hba
  • hba
Put it in the formula :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
(5 - 2)(-4 - (-3) )
anonymous
  • anonymous
so (3)(-1)
anonymous
  • anonymous
? @hba
anonymous
  • anonymous
fine dont help

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