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4.
What is the distance between Nicholas’s school(3,2)and the post office (-2,-2)?
6.4
5.2
3.6
3.0

5.
If Nicholas is located at (– 3 , 2), what is the distance to get to the grocery store (1,-1)?
2
3
4
5

I have no idea how to solve these i have tried the Pythagorean Theorem but i keep getting a different answer can you help me please?

I'm sorry, but I don't know how to do these. I believe the numbers relate to locations on a graph.

4.
d(x) =3-(-2)= 5,
d(y) =2-(-2) =4
d=sqrt {d(x)²+d(y)²} = sqrt{25+16}= 6.4.
5.
d(x) =1-(-3)= 4,
d(y) =2-(-1) =3
d=sqrt {d(x)²+d(y)²} = sqrt{16+9}= 5

Elena is right!! TY

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