Which point is 7 units from (–2, 4)? A. (–5, 4) B. (–2, 3) C. (5, 4) D. (9, 4)

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Which point is 7 units from (–2, 4)? A. (–5, 4) B. (–2, 3) C. (5, 4) D. (9, 4)

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Hmm. You need to try all the choices one by one. Do you know how to calculate distances between two points?
C ;)
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@Thebadyboy You're not suppose to give the answer all the time. You have to help her figure it out too.
i already did Bruh
on her last question
Distance between two point is defined: \[(x_{1}, y_{1}) and (x_{2}, y_{2})\] are points. \[D = \sqrt{(y_{1} - y_{2})^2 + (x_{1} - x_{2})^2}\] is the distance
thank you bad boy
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