Tamia A.

asked • 04/30/13

how do you find the diameter with two given endpoints

the endpoints are (7,-10) and (33,-10)

Lindsey W.

Diameter=sqrt[(x2-x1)^2+(y2-y1)^2]. (7,-10) and (33,-10) are the coordinates of the two points. The value you find is the diameter, d. You want the radius, r, so just divide the diameter by 2

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Tamara J. answered • 05/01/13

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