~!!WILL FAN AND MEDAL FOR The bEST HELP!!~ Look at points C and D on the graph: A coordinate plane graph is shown. Point C is at negative 5 comma negative 1. Point D is at 0 comma 3. A segment connects the two points. What is the distance (in units) between points C and D? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. 5.50 units 6.40 units 9.00 units 41.00 units

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~!!WILL FAN AND MEDAL FOR The bEST HELP!!~ Look at points C and D on the graph: A coordinate plane graph is shown. Point C is at negative 5 comma negative 1. Point D is at 0 comma 3. A segment connects the two points. What is the distance (in units) between points C and D? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth. 5.50 units 6.40 units 9.00 units 41.00 units

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Just use the distance formula \[\large \sf d=\sqrt{(x_{2}-x_{1})^{2}+(y_{2}-y_{1})^{2}}\]
umm
Yes?
i not good with this
Ok...
i mean at all
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Yeah. So...?
nvm ill just guest on it
my guest was 6.40
sorry i was helping someone. one sec
6.48 units
did you guess right?
idk i just followed the boxes
okay so do you know how to use the distance formula?
d=(x2−x1)2+(y2−y1)2−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−−√
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lol i draw bad :3
it's fine haha, that's the formula. now you just need to plug in the coordinates.
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so the distance is in units right
wait theres no numbers in the question
yes, okay so x2=0 x1=-5 y2=3 y1=-1
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there are, they're the points on the graph
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so i just solve it from there
yes
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right?
well, two negatives equal a positive so 0--5=5 and 3--1=4
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yeah
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mkk
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plus or minus
yeah! so 25+14=39
plus
so the answer is 41.00
cause it has to be to the nearest hundredth
no, what is the square root of 39?
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19.5
nope
hmmm
do you have a calculator?
yes one sec
type in my last drawing
6.24
Yes!
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but it has to round up so 6.40 units is your answer
thx
no prob
good job :)
ur great!
i only have one more question
okay but I have to go in a couple minutes so we have to hurry
The sets of numbers 7, 24, 25 and 9, 40, 41 are Pythagorean triples. Use what you know about the Pythagorean Theorem and explain or show why they are Pythagorean triples. Be sure to show your work for each set of triples!
I never learned this.. hm
me either
try googling your question. sometimes people have already asked it
ok thx
of course

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