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 Dec 7, 2018
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Our x2 and x1 is 4 and -5, respectively.

Similarly, our y2 and y1 is -9 and 2, respectively. Now plug them in:

\(d=\sqrt{[4-(-5)]^2+[-9-2]^2}\)

Can you solve that?

 

You are very welcome!

:P

 Dec 7, 2018
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can you elvaluate that a bit more

NotSoSmart  Dec 7, 2018
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[  ( 4 - (-5)]^2  =  [ 4 + 5]^2  = 9^2  =  81     (1)

 

[ ( -9 - 2 ]^2  = [ -11]^2 = 121    (2)

 

Add (1) and (2), NSS

 

Take the square root of this sum and that will be your answer

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Dec 7, 2018
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It's C?

NotSoSmart  Dec 9, 2018
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Correct!!!!

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Dec 9, 2018

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