Distance Formula: AB ^2 = (x2 – x1)^2 + (y2 – y1)^2 Please show work.

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Posted by Admin in Wednesday, February 2nd 2011 2 comments already

Distance Formula: AB ^2 = (x2 – x1)^2 + (y2 – y1)^2 Please show work.

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Posted by Admin in Wednesday, February 2nd 2011 1 comment so far

(-3,-7) and (-2,-4) i know we use the distance formula but when i do i get a wacky answer that does not match my choices. help please..the final answer should end up in radical form

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Posted by Admin in Wednesday, February 2nd 2011 6 comments already

just want to make sure i got this answer right…. the question is ==> find the distance between (-2,3) and (-6,-7) i used the distance formula and i got this as an answer square root ?116 is this correct? thanks

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Posted by Admin in Wednesday, February 2nd 2011 5 comments already

Using d for distance, t for time, and s for speed, which of the following is the correct formula for calculating speed? A. s = d/t B. d = s/t C. s = dt

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Posted by Admin in Tuesday, February 1st 2011 1 comment so far

what is the function for finding the temperature decline at a distance? I am doing an experiment for the relationship between the temperature detected and distance from light bulb. I have created a graph for this that is curved downwards and now I now wish to have a formula where i put in a distance [...]

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Posted by Admin in Tuesday, February 1st 2011 1 comment so far

What formula to use when finding the third vertex of an equilateral triangle if you are given the first and second vertex, after getting the distance slope and midpoint? Please. I need it really urgent.

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Posted by Admin in Tuesday, February 1st 2011 1 comment so far

Here’s the formula I have: AD X ##### number What number should be there? ex: 57,505,231km x what number?

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Posted by Admin in Tuesday, February 1st 2011 3 comments already

I’m doing a math project about the pythagorean theorem and the only one I can come up with is distance formula…

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Posted by Admin in Tuesday, February 1st 2011 2 comments already

Problem: Use distance formula to calculate distance between (2, 5) and (-1, 1). Is the answer to this problem 5?

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Posted by Admin in Tuesday, February 1st 2011 1 comment so far

why the distance to read the book at least 30 cm from the eye? whether there is a scientific explanation, such as physics formula?

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