# Math

posted by Anonymous

Find the length of the line segment joining whose coordinates are (-3,1) and (5,-5)
(A) 10
(C) 100
(D) sqrt 10

1. Steve

√((5+3)^2 + (-5-1)^2) = √(8^2+6^2) = ?

2. Anonymous

Find the length of the line segment joining the points whose coordinates are (-3,1)and(5,-5)*

3. Steve

something wrong with my solution? Your question has not changed.*

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