The length of the line segment whose endpoints are (3,2) and (-2,1) is a. 6 b. 26 c. 3 square root 5 d. square root 26

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The length of the line segment whose endpoints are (3,2) and (-2,1) is a. 6 b. 26 c. 3 square root 5 d. square root 26

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have you thought about using the distance formula?
No I haven't
Well try that and let me know if you have any further problems

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\[\sqrt{(3-(-2))^2-(2-1)^2}\] which operation are you having a problem with ?
is it the 3-(-2) or the 2-1?
oops and that is suppose to be a + in between those square things
\[\sqrt{(3-(-2))^2+(2-1)^2}\]
yeah i getting nothing i cant find an answer
do you know that 3-(-2) is the same as 3+2
do you know how to compute 3+2?
like if you have 3 apples and someone gives you 2 more apples how many apples do you have in all?
|dw:1435618380718:dw| how many dots do you see
5
yes 3-(-2)= 5
\[\sqrt{(3-(-2))^2+(2-1)^2} \\=\sqrt{(5)^2+(2-1)^2}\] do you know how to do 2-1?
no
if you have 2 dots and you put an x over one dot then how many dots don't have x on them: |dw:1435618543139:dw|
1
yes 2-1=1
\[\sqrt{(3-(-2))^2+(2-1)^2} \\=\sqrt{(5)^2+(2-1)^2} \\ =\sqrt{(5)^2+(1)^2}\] now 5^2 is the same as 5*5 and 1^2 is the same as 1*1 what is 5*5=? and what is 1*1=?
10
5*5 doesn't mean 5+5
15
if I see 5*5 I like to think of a 5 by 5 thing of dots |dw:1435618690579:dw| how many dots are there and that is what 5*5 is equal to
15
that is 3*5
we are wanting 5*5

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