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# What is the distance between the points -1 1 and 1 -1?

# What Is The difference between 5C and 18C?

13C or -13C depending on the order of subtraction

# Square coin from Neatherland has flowers on 1 side and a 5c and no date.is it a coin or metal?

I have one as well....all I can tell you is that there is a date on the saide of the coin that is 5c it is in the corner of the flowers and the coin I have 1923 tests to be si…lver

# What is the distance between points 1 -1 and -3 5?

distance = sqrt( (x f -x i ) 2 + (y f -y i ) 2 ) = sqrt( ((-3) - (1)) 2 + ((5) - (-1)) 2 ) = sqrt(52)

# What is the distance between points 2 4 and -1 -3?

Let us name the coordinates, to be easy to work and follow the answer:.
Point 1: x1=2 y1=4.
Point 2: x2=-1 y2=-3.
In general, you can always place two different poi…nts (that are not at the same vertical or horizontal) on the Cartesian coordinate system, placed at the 2 non-rectangular corners of a rectangular triangle, see the "drawing" below:.
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The distance between two points is (using the Pitagoras theorem): .
distance 2 = (x1-x2) 2 + (y1-y2) 2 .
In your case, .
distance 2 = (2-(-1)) 2 + ((-1)-(-3)) 2 .
therefore, .
distance 2 = (2+1) 2 + (-1+3) 2 .
distance 2 = 3 2 + (-2) 2 .
distance 2 = 9 + 4.
distance 2 = 13.
Finally, .
the distance is the square root of 13 = 3.6 (approximately). .

# What is the distance between point 4 5 and point 1 1?

The distance is 5. The x distance is 3, the y distance is 4, and the diagonal is sqrt(3 2 + 4 2 ) = sqrt (9 + 16) = sqrt 25 = 5

# What is the distance between the points 3 5 and 1 8?

(3-1) 2 + (5-8) 2 = 13 and the square root of this is the distance between the points

# What is the distance between the points 4 and 1 and -3 and 6?

The distance between these two points is 8.6. I found this by finding the difference between the two x values and the difference of the two y values. The difference between t…he x value was found like this: 4- (-3)= 7 and the difference between the y values was found the same way: 1-6=-5. Now to find the length between the two points, you need to use Pythagorean theorem because a right angle triangle is created with the difference between the two x values and the difference between the two y values. Lets call the length between these two points r. The formula to find r would be r^2= x^2 + y^2. r^2= (7)^2 + (-5)^2 r^2= 49 + 25 r^2= 74 r= square root of 74 r=8.6 You square root 74 because to get r by itself you have to square root r to get rid of the exponent.

# What are the 5Cs?

If you mean the 5 C's, like you learn in school and such, it's Cotton Citrus Copper Climate Cattle

# What is the distance between the points -3 3 and 1 -3?

7.2111 (rounded)

# What is the distance between points -6 0 and -3 1?

(distance) 2 = (difference in 'x' values) 2 + (difference in 'y' values) 2 = (3) 2 + (1) 2 = 10 Distance = sqrt(10) = 3.1623 (rounded)

# What is the solution to this equation -5c plus 31 equals 1?

The value of c is 6

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# What is the distance between the points -2 0 and -1 -1?

Answer: 1

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# What is the distance between the points -4 3 and 3 -1?

Points: (-4, 3) and (3, -1) Distance: (3--4) 2 +(-1-3) 2 = 65 and the square root if this is the distance which is just over 8

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# What is the distance between the points -1 -9 and 4 -2?

Points: (-1, -9) and (4, -2) Distance: (-1-4) 2 +(-9--2) 2 = 74 and the square root of this is the distance which is about 8.602 to 3 decimal places

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# What is the distance between points 2 2 and 1 1?

11 points

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# What is the distance between points 1 2 and 4 -1?

Use Pythagoras to find the distance between two points (x0,.y0) and(x1, y1): distance = â(change_in_xÂ² + change_in_yÂ²) â distance = â((x1 - x0)Â² + (y1… - y0)Â²) â distance = â((4 - 1)Â² + (-1 -2)Â²) â distance = â(3Â² + (-2)Â²) â distance = â(9 + 9) â distance = â18 = 3 â2