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distance between lines? x + y - 1 = 0 y = -x + 6 a. 5√2/2 b. 7√2 c. 5√2 d. 7√2/2

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    @Hero something like this

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    oh my..i am dumb

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    so now i need to use that formula right? but i dont understand the part about the coefficients

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    If you want distance between the lines, you could try finding a line perpendicular to both and finding the length of that segment.

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    So.. did anyone find the distance yet?

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