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What is the length of a line segment that joins (11) and (3-3)?

Updated: 9/25/2023

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8y ago

If you mean points of (1, 1) and (3, -3) then the length works out as the square root of 20 which is about 4.472 rounded to 3 decimal places.

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8y ago

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8y ago

It is sqrt(20) = 4.47 units, approx.

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