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the given distance between the two points (0,2),(x,6),d = sq rt 52

(0,2),(x,6),d = sq rt 52
Use distance between two points:
Distance = √((x2x1)^2+(y2y1)^2)
(x0)^2+(62)^2 = 52
Solve the quadratic equation for two values of x.
Substitute each x in the distance formula to make sure both are valid.
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