anonymous
  • anonymous
The map of a biking trail is drawn on a coordinate grid. The trail starts at P(−6, 3) and goes to Q(3, 3). It goes from Q to R(3, −4) and then to S(6, −4). What is the total length (in units) of the biking trail? 9 12 16 19
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok. It's 19 but I am gonna show you why.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Drawing function is not working so I am just going to explain it in words.
anonymous
  • anonymous
First note that when moving from (3,-6) to (3,3) there is already a displacement by units of 9
anonymous
  • anonymous
Then it goes down to -4 which adds 7 to 9, making it 16. Then another move from 3 to 6 makes it 16+3=19. hope this helps.

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