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rebecca1233

  • 2 years ago

Find the distance between the points (2, -3) and (5, -4)

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  1. rebecca1233
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    @SWAG

  2. hba
    • 2 years ago
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    My tutorial is going to help ou today-http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/50aa93b5e4b06b5e493312f5 See under the heading SLOPE:

  3. hba
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    @rebecca1233 You there ?

  4. rebecca1233
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    yees

  5. hba
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    @rebecca1233 Just follow the link :)

  6. rebecca1233
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    wait so i subtract 2 - -4

  7. rebecca1233
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    (6.-8)

  8. rebecca1233
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    i did i got (6,-8)

  9. rebecca1233
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    ?

  10. hba
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    Lemme check

  11. hba
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    We have to find the distance here So \[D=\sqrt{(x_2-x_1)^2+(y_2-y_1)^2}\] Now solve

  12. rebecca1233
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    can u work me thorugh it step by step cause i need help

  13. SWAG
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    The answer is = ...........

  14. hba
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    So here (x1,y1)= (2, -3) (x2,y2)=(5, -4) Now you can just solve

  15. hba
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    Put it in the formula :)

  16. rebecca1233
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    (5 - 2)(-4 - (-3) )

  17. rebecca1233
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    so (3)(-1)

  18. rebecca1233
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    ? @hba

  19. rebecca1233
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    fine dont help

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