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anonymous
 3 years ago
How do I use the distance formula to show that points A and B, and points A and C are equal distance apart on the unit circle? I know what the equation is, but I'm getting different answers for the two, when I know they are an equal distance apart.
Point A is at (1/2, √(3)/2)
Point B is at (0,1)
and Point C is at (1/2, √(3)/2)
anonymous
 3 years ago
How do I use the distance formula to show that points A and B, and points A and C are equal distance apart on the unit circle? I know what the equation is, but I'm getting different answers for the two, when I know they are an equal distance apart. Point A is at (1/2, √(3)/2) Point B is at (0,1) and Point C is at (1/2, √(3)/2)

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