anonymous
  • anonymous
The Frostburg-Truth bus travels on a straight road from Frostburg Mall to Sojourner Truth Park. The mall is 3 miles west and 4 miles south of the City Center. The park is 3 miles east and 5 miles north of the Center. How far is it from the mall to the park to the nearest tenth of a mile?
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jamiebookeater
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wolfe8
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I think someone else just posted this question today. Try and check it out.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
wolfe8
  • wolfe8
I can give you a hint though. First you'll want to sketch all the info you have. In the end, you will usually have a geometry problem to solve.

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Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Please anyone here know the distance between -4 and 5 on the y axis?
anonymous
  • anonymous
huh
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Never mind I got it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
wolfe8
  • wolfe8
Isaiah if you have problems with positive negative operations, it would help to sketch what you have. Since you are doing Cartesian, it'll be even easier.
jdoe0001
  • jdoe0001
noticed the distances, to find the "blue line" or hypotenuse, you can use the pythagorean theorem
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Isaiah.Feynman
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@wolfe8 Thanks. I quickly remembered absolute values those quickly helped. I'm good.

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