Posted by **Jesse** on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 at 10:16pm.

Alright, let's say you want to get from one point to another, in a 3D box. all points have an x, y and z coordinate. Point A has coordinates (25,30,5) while Point B has coordinates (50,26,18). The only given variable other than the coordinates is the speed you are traveling. What is an equation I can use to first find the distance between the two points, and then the time it would take to travel between the two at a fixed speed?

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