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Q: What is the name of the theorem on which the distance formula is based?

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He didn't name it. It is named after Pythagoras because he first developed the theorem.

Its called 'swami dhadacharya' formula

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He didn't name it. It is named after Pythagoras because he first developed the theorem.

The theorem emulates the action of a hinge. As the angle of the hinge is increased the distance between the free edges increases.

It isn't a theorm, it is a formula. The formula states that for a polygon with S sides, the sum of the interior angles is equivilant to (S-2)times 180

There is no theorem with the standard name "1.20". This is probably a non-standard name from a textbook which is either the 20th theorem in the first chapter or a theorem of the 20th section of the first chapter.

Pythagorus did hints the name "Pythagoream Theorem."

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It is also called Stinespring's factorization theorem.

The word "telephone" is based on the Greek words for "distance" and "sound."

The Pythagorean theorem gets its name from the ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras. He was one of the first to offer proof of the theorem.

Chocolate is a mixture of many substances and its composition varies based on the recipe. Because of this, chocolate does not have a chemical name or formula.

There is no "Shekhar theorem" though there are mathematicians and other investigators whose first or last name is "Shekhar."

Yes. His name is on it.

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