Find the distance between points M(6,16) and Z(-1, 14) to the nearest tenth. Show steps please.

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Find the distance between points M(6,16) and Z(-1, 14) to the nearest tenth. Show steps please.

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do you know the distance formula between two points?
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to find the distance between two point use the distance formula:\[D=\sqrt{(x _{2}-x _{1})^2+(y _{2}-y _{1})^2}\]

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just substitute your points for example (a,b) are your first coordinates then they will be your \[(x _{1},y _{1})\] (c,d) are your second coordinates they will be your \[(x _{2},y _{2})\]
So (-1-6)^2+(14-16)^2
-7^2+-2^2 or 49+4
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the answer should be \[D=\sqrt{53}\]
Okay I think I get it, thanks :)
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7.280109889 in decimal form
it says `Find the distance ... to the nearest tenth` so you'll have to convert to decimal form and round
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7.280109889 just round this to the nearest tenth , then BOOM .. you're done

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