find the distance between the points (4,3) and (11,4)

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find the distance between the points (4,3) and (11,4)

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\[\huge d=\sqrt{(x_2-x_1)^2+(y_2-y_1)^2}\] \[\huge d=\sqrt{(11-4)^2+(4-3)^2}\]
sorry didnt notice, i was too busy chatting haha, but he showed u the formula Drkid

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so now?
cant say, pooja wants to ban me
just help me lol
Im not a mod.
Im just trying to keep you out of trouble @drkid15 if you are here for answers you have come to the wrong site
Then why did u say (3rd time) that makes me feel like, ur gonna ban me xD
Coz thats the 3rd time i've told you.
well, fine just because i like u pooja, i wont directly give answers
ok help me now plz
\[D = \sqrt{(11 - 4)^{2} (4-3)^{2}}\]
How do you get rid of those exponents?
50?
No, a square root ontop of an exponent throws away exponents, so now its just D = (11 - 4) + (4 - 3)
ohh ok
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so 8
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