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Distance formula calculator



The following distance formula calculator will calculate for you the distance between two points on the coordinate system.



Guidelines to use the calculator

When entering numbers, do not use a slash: "/" or "\"

Point #1: Enter point #1 in the boxes that say x1, y1.

Point #2: Enter point #2 in the boxes that say x2, y2.

Do not enter units such as cm, inch, m, ft, etc...

Enter all problems without the unit. Then, after the calculator give you the answer, put it next to the answer.

Example:

(x1, y1) = (17 cm, 12 cm)

(x1, y1) = (9 cm, 6 cm)

Enter 17 in the box that say x1

Enter 12 in the box that say y1

Enter 9 in the box that say x2

Enter 6 in the box that say y2

After you hit calculate, you should get 10 as an answer

The answer is then 10 cm


                                     x1:                         x2:                        

                                     y1:                         y2:                         



                                                      

                                       





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