Q: What is the distance between the points 10 and 5 and 5 and -2?

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Points: (2, 2) and (8, -6) Distance: 10

10 units.

the distance between two points is length

(-10--2)2+(8--7)2 = 289 and the square root of this is 17 Therefore the distance is 17 units in length.

If you mean points of (-4, 2) and (1, 2) then the distance works out as 5

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Points: (2, 2) and (8, -6) Distance: 10

10

If the points are (3, 2) and (9, 10) then the distance works out as 10

If you mean points of: (-6, -10) and (2, 5) then it works out as 17

The sq.root of 122+162=20

Points: (22, 27) and (2, -10) Distance using the distance formula: 42.06 rounded to two decimal places

Points: (22, 27) and (2, -10) Distance using the distance formula: 42.06 rounded to two decimal places

10 units.

The distance between (4, 5) and (10, 3) = sqrt(40) = 2*sqrt(10) = 6.3246 approx.

the distance between two points is length

If you mean points of (5, 5) and (1, 5) then the distance is 4

If you mean points of (-4, 2) (2, 10) and (2, 2) then by using the distance formula the distance between the points are 10, 8 and 6 that add up to 24 units which is the perimeter.