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13.6 - 13-6 The Distance Formula A Distance Formula a The...

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13-6 The Distance Formula A) Distance Formula a. The distance between the points and is i. b. Proof c. 2 points What are the coordinates of our new point, C? What are the distances of AC and BC? Now we can find AB…. d. Remember for 3 dimensions our formula is i. B) We can use the distance formula for multiple situations a. Proving a triangle is isosceles or equilateral
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