anonymous one year ago Which expression gives the distance between the points (4, 6) and (7, -3)?

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1. pooja195

$$~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\Huge{\color{red}{\heartsuit}\color{orange}{\bigstar}\color{yellow}{\heartsuit}\color{green}{\bigstar}\color{blue}{\heartsuit}\color{purple}{\bigstar}\color{hotpink}{\heartsuit}}$$$$\Huge\bf\color{#FF0000}W\color{#FF4900}e\color{#FF9200}l\color{#FFDB00}c\color{#FFff00}o\color{#B6ff00}m\color{#6Dff00}e\color{#24ff00}~\color{#00ff00}t\color{#00ff49}o\color{#00ff92}~\color{#00ffDB}O\color{#00ffff}p\color{#00DBff}e\color{#0092ff}n\color{#0049ff}S\color{#0000ff}t\color{#2400ff}u\color{#6D00ff}d\color{#B600ff}y\color{#FF00ff}!$$$$~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\Huge{\color{red}{\heartsuit}\color{orange}{\bigstar}\color{yellow}{\heartsuit}\color{green}{\bigstar}\color{blue}{\heartsuit}\color{purple}{\bigstar}\color{hotpink}{\heartsuit}}$$$$\Large\bf\color{Lime}{Please,\ don't\ hesitate\ to\ ask\ questions!}$$$$\Large\bf\color{magenta}{We're\ here\ to\ help!}\Large\color{magenta}{\ddot\smile}$$

2. pooja195

Start by using the distance formula $\huge d=\sqrt{(x_2-x_1)^2+(y_2-y_1)^2}$