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1. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (0,1), (6,6)
sqrt of 61= 7.8
2. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (3,6), (2,1)
sqrt of 26= 5.1
3. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (1,1), (3,6)
sqrt of 41= 6.4
4. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (3,8), ((4,7)
sqrt of 50= 7.1
7. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (4.5,7), (1.1,4.3)
4.3..?
Thanks
MC

1. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (0,1), (6,6)
sqrt of 61= 7.8
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sqrt (25+36) yes
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2. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (3,6), (2,1)
sqrt of 26= 5.1
Yes
3. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (1,1), (3,6)
sqrt of 41= 6.4
(16+25)^.5 = 6.4 yes
4. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (3,8), ((4,7)
sqrt of 50= 7.1
yes
7. Find the length of the following segment created by these pairs of endpoints: (4.5,7), (1.1,4.3)
4.3..?
(3.4^2+2.7^2)^.5 = 18.85^.5 = 4.34 yes
Thanks
MC
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