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When driving in a city, taxicabs are restricted to city streets, and so distances traveled are measured in the number of blocks the taxi has to travel to

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  1. anonymous
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    get from one place to another. In the map part of Chicago at the right, each north-south block is one taxicab block, and each east-west block is half a taxicab block. This the distance from point A, at W. Byron St. and N. Sacramento Ave., to point B, at W. Irving Park Rd. and N. Francisco Ave., is 2 taxicab blocks. Find all other street intersections that are 2 taxicab blocks from point A. To make your task easier, put a grid on the map, with A being at the origin, so B is at (1,1). Then you can name the other intersections by their coordinates. On what shape do all the points seem to lie?

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    Im kind confused on what your trying to ask me??

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    I'm confused to. That's why I'm on here.

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    it is easy do you still need help ?

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    I know. I don't know how I'm supposed to put it on a grid.

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    how many blocks from cross streets of N. Sacramento Ave & W. Byron Street to N. San Francisco Ave & W. Byron Street?

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