Posted by **sheka** on Saturday, August 11, 2007 at 4:17pm.

Find the distance of the line segment whose endpoints are (5,7) and (-2,3) in simplest radical form.

sqrt [(7-3)^2 + (5 -(-2))^2]

= sqrt [16 + 49]

= sqrt 65

That is the simplest form I can think of. sqrt means "square root of"

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