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Distance Between Two Points

Distance Between Two Points

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The Distance between two points is given by: D = √ (dp2 + dq2);
Where ‘D’ is the distance;‘P’ is the coordinates of x – axis;‘Q’ is the coordinates of y – axis;Where ‘dp’ is the difference between the x – coordinates of the points and ‘dq’ is the difference between the y – coordinates of the points.
Suppose we have coordinates of the points then we use the above formula for finding the distance between the coordinates of the points.Or in other words the length of the line segment is also said to be the distance of a line.Or the distance from a Point to a line when the coordinates are: (p1, q1) and (p2, q2);

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