\Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between this pair of points: A(-4, 2) and B(2, -1).?
a squared + b squared = c squared (hypotenuse)
the distance between x points is 6 (-4 to 2)
the distance between y points is 3 (2 to -1)
therefore, (6x6)+(3x3) = hypotenuse
sq rt of 45 is your answer or calculated out, 6.70820393
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you can't with just one side but use the distance formula which is the square root of (-4 - 2) squared + (2 - -1) squared which gives you the square root of 5
i think 10.816653 but u might want to double check on it
Find the number of units between each.
X - 6 units (-4 & 2 = 6)
Y - 3 units (2 & -1 = 3)
6^2 +3^2 = c^2
36 + 9 = 45
c = sqrt of 45 = 3 * sqrt 5
Pythagorean theorem is used to find out any sides of the right triangle. it's formula is Asquare + Bsquare = Csquare
C being Hypotenuse.
Hypotenuse is the longest line in right triangle.
so now you have to make right triangle using those 2 lines.
u need one more point and i'd say C(2,2)
now your hypotenuse is AB.
AC-6 using distance formula
3square + 6square= ABsquare
3 radical 5 is your answer.
1) plot the points on a graph where the first digit (for A, -4 is the X coordinate and 2 is the Y coordinate).
2) Once thes epoinst are plotted you can see that there is a right triangle that is 3 units high and 6 units long.
3) A squared plus B squared equals C squaresd, so 6 squared plus 3 squared equals C squared.
4) 36 + 9 = 45
5) Hence C = the square root of 45 (~6.71)
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