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\(1.\)The perimeter of square \(ABCD\) is 2. Two cars start from \(A\) and \(B\) simultaneously and drive clockwise on the perimeter of square \(ABCD\) in the same speed. A drone maintains its location as the midpoint of the two cars. How far did the drone fly after both cars get back to where they started?

\(2.\)Let \(P\) be a point on the graph of equation\({(x-94)}^{2}+{(y-49)}^{2}={44}^{2}\)
What is the shortest possible distance between \(P\) and the \(x\)-axis?

 May 2, 2021
edited by Mathlord  May 2, 2021
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1. The drone flew a distance of 2*sqrt(5).

 

2. The shortest possible distance between P and the x-axis is 12.

 May 2, 2021
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thx for trying, but i dont think thats right. Could u plz show how u did it? sry

Mathlord  May 2, 2021

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