Geometry

Explain the distance formula. Then use it to calculate the distance between A (1,1) and B(7,-7)

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  1. Can you help me with this one Steve?

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  2. Can anyone Help?

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  3. difference in x = (7-1) = 6

    difference in y = (-7 -1) = -8

    hypotenuse = distance = sqrt(36+64)
    = 10

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  4. found this on brainly:
    d= \sqrt{ (7 - 1) ^{2}+ (-7 -1) ^{2} }
    d= \sqrt{ (6) ^{2}+ (-8) ^{2} }
    d= \sqrt{ 36 + 64 }
    d= \sqrt{ 100 }
    d=10

    I don't know if it's correct, but though I'd help.

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  5. Damon and dead inside are right lol

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  6. Thank you!

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