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Find the distance between I and J.

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  1. Varunkumar6
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    are they vectors?

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  2. momof4
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    I tryed to draw it what I had was a line straight down & then cross it in the middle then theres J(3,2) with a black dot under the 3 & a x to the right of the middle line then on the left under the line this is there /(-5,-4)

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  3. momof4
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    & a black dot above the 5

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  4. momof4
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    I don't know if they are vectors or not

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  5. momof4
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    Need help

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  6. estebananaya
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    could you upload an image of it or something?

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  7. matricked
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    u have given the cordinates of J cam u give the same for I

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  8. matricked
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    i think ans is 10 units

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  9. matricked
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    ithink the question is to find the distance between I(-5,-4) and J(3,2)

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  10. momof4
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    |dw:1356161987814:dw|

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  11. matricked
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    u can use simply the distance formula to find the distance between (x1,y1)& (x2,y2) which is d= sqrt((x2-x1)^2 +(y2-y1)^2)

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  12. momof4
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    Theres a black dot below the 3 & a black dot above the 5

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  13. estebananaya
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    if you have the two coordinates, all you have to do is find the difference in both the x-axis and y-axis and then square both numbers, add them together and compute the square root.

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  14. matricked
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    thus reqd distance is sqrt((-5-3)^2 +(-4-2)^2) =sqrt(64+36)=sqrt(100)=10

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