Geometry: Segments

rachelmaddie

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Use the number line to find the measure.



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3 - (-3) = 6
 

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pka

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Use the number line to find the measure.
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Suppose \(\displaystyle A~\&~B\) are points on a number line and if \(\displaystyle \mathcal{C}_A~\&~\mathcal{C}_B\) are the coordinates of those points then the distance \(\displaystyle AB=\left|\mathcal{C}_A - \mathcal{C}_B\right|\)
 

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Suppose \(\displaystyle A~\&~B\) are points on a number line and if \(\displaystyle \mathcal{C}_A~\&~\mathcal{C}_B\) are the coordinates of those points then the distance \(\displaystyle AB=\left|\mathcal{C}_A - \mathcal{C}_B\right|\)
3 - (-3) = 6
 

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Yes, and using this definition, we find:

\(\displaystyle \overline{KN}=|-3-3|=|-6|=6\)
 
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