The map of a biking trail is drawn on a coordinate grid.
The trail starts at P(−2, 2) and goes to Q(5, 2).
It goes from Q to R(5, −5) and then to S(8, −5).
What is the total length (in units) of the biking trail?
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PQ+QR distance+RS distance
sorry I want my friend to help me thx tho lol
yeah i agree with @arindameducationusc
use the distance formula
@LiveLaughDie wats da answer
If you draw this out on a graph you can count the units but if not you must take the change from P(-2) to Q (5) Ignore the y's since they're the same. So there is a space of 7 between the numbers which can found found by counting up from -2. Q(2) to R(-5) ignore the x's since they're the same. So on and so forth ending up with an answer of 17units traveled