What is the distance between points (9, 4) and (–3, 4) on a coordinate plane?

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What is the distance between points (9, 4) and (–3, 4) on a coordinate plane?

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This is a very easy question but you must know the distance formula.
dont know sorry
http://www.purplemath.com/modules/distform.htm

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The distance formula isn't necessary for this. Both sets of points have the same y, so the distance is the distance between the x's.
still dont get it sorry @MeowLover17
is there another way you can help me?
@LegendarySadist Good eye. thanks
What's the distance between the -3 and 9?
12?
And that would be the answer. Remember this only applies if the sets of points have matching x or y points.
sooooo 12
Yes, it would be 12
thx!
No problem :)

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