(2, 0) and (-4, 0)

√32

6

√6

2.) (-3, 0) and (4, 0)

7

√7

√54

3.) (0, -2) and (0, -9)

√7

7

√48

4.) (0, 8) and (0, -4)

12

√12

√32

5.) (2, 5) and (5, 2)

√3

2

3√2

6.) (3, 3) and (5, 7)

√3

2√5

5

7.) (5, 1) and (3, 8)

√53

√52

7

8.) (2, 9) and (7, 4)

2

5√2

4

9.) (-2, 8) and (1, 5)

√3

3√2

√5

10.) (2, 6) and (-3, 4)

√27

√31

√29

11.) (6, -1) and (2, 2)

5

√5

3

12.) (2, -8) and (1, 0)

√63

8

√65

13.) (-1, -1) and (2, 5)

√3

3√5

√7

14.) (-2, -2) and (3, 3)

5√2

√3

√5

15.) (-2, 9) and (-3, 3)

√29

√32

√37

16.) (4, -1) and (0, -5)

√3

4√2

2

17.) (-1, -4) and (-3, 5)

√85

√78

2√32

18.) (-2, 3) and (-7, -1)

6√3

√41

√35

19.) (-2, -4) and (-4, 1)

5√2

4√3

√29

20.) (-1, -1) and (4, -2)

√31

√26

√29

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