Posted by **BEA** on Monday, December 18, 2006 at 7:23pm.

when you subtract the second x-coordinate from the first x-coordinate, what does the differences correspond to in a right triangle?

This depends on the diagram you are using. It may indicate the length of one leg, if that leg is parallel to the x axis.

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