Twice the distance between a point and halfway to the other point.
It the point is on the line the distance is 0. If the point is not on the line, then it is possible to draw a unique line from the point to the line which is perpendicular to the line. The distance from the point to the line is the distance along this perpendicular to the line.
The length of a line segment that starts at the point and is perpendicular to the original line.
The distance is 20.9 feet.
a straight line.
It is going to look like a somewhat of a quadratic parabola.
Motion is the change in distance between two things. One of those "things" is a reference point to which the other thing is being compared. For example, in a race, my fixed point or reference point is the starting line. I move away from it toward the finish line. There is a change in distance between the starting line and me.
the length of a perpendicular segment from the point to the line
At their point of crossing, the space between two crossnig line is 0. From any point on either line you can always drop a perpendicular to the other line and this will be the shortest distance from that point to the other line.
the perpendicular distance to the line is the shortest.
It is a line through the point of symmetry. In general it is not an axis of symmetry.
The point that is equal distance from the endpoints of a line segment is the midpoint.
A line is the shortest distance between two points. I can't understand what this question asks, but it seems to be asking for that particular answer.
The displacement vector is a straight line joining the 2 points. The distance travelled by the point can be anything but never shorter than the displacement.
The equator and the International dateline cross. the distance between a point on one and a point on the other can be anywhere between zero and about 6,214 miles.
with no other details I can only explain it as the distance between point R and point A. More details are needed if you want that distance when compared with other points.
You must first write an equation for the line through the point perpendicular to the line. Then, find the intersection between the two lines. Lastly, use this point and the distance formula to find the length of the perpendicular segment connecting the given point and the original line. That will lead to the following formula, d = |AX1+BY1- C|/(sqrt(A2+B2)), Where A, B and C represent the coefficients of the given line in standard form and (X1,Y1) is the given point.
A distance is the length of the straight line path between 2 points. This is also known as a scalar value as it has a magnitude but no direction. A displacement is the distance and the direction between one point and another. This is also known as a vector as it has magnitude and direction as well. Note that the distance between two points, say, point A and point B is the same as the distance from point B to point A. It remains the same value regardless of the direction of travel. On the other hand, if a displacement between point A and point B was 1 mile North, it cannot be reversed. The displacement between point B and point A is 1 mile South - the same distance but an opposite direction.
If you're trying to ask "What is the distance from the 3-point line to the goal?" it's around 20 feet.
Measure the distance between the point where the line intercepts the Y axis and the origin
A line containing the point 5 9 and -5 -5 is going from the bottom left to the top right. It is a positive slope.
100 million meter is the distance between 2 points shot i don't think there exists a 2 point line, actuall, there is a 3 point line and any shoot performed within that line is taken as 2 point shot.