Find the length of the line segments
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Length=√(difference between x coords squared+difference between y coords squared)=√((3-(-1))²+(-2-4)²)=√(16+36)=√52=√(4×13)=√4 × √13=2√13. This follows from Pythagoras’ Theorem.

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