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Distance From A Point To A Line

Distance From A Point To A Line

Submitted by • June 19, 2012 www.tutorcircle.com

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;
‘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 Point.

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