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P is the point (7,5) and line 1 has equation 3x + 4y = 16

Question: Find the perpendicular distance of P from line 1

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P is the point (7,5) and line 1 has equation 3x + 4y = 16

Question: Find the perpendicular distance of P from line 1

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What have you done so far? If you need an idea of where to start, try working out the gradient of line 1.
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What have you done so far? If you need an idea of where to start, try working out the gradient of line 1.
Thank you! I Was distracted it is really easy.
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Thank you! I Was distracted it is really easy.
I hope you solved your problem but you will be better off to post questions in the Main Maths Forum for asking question.

This is a sub-forum mainly for exam discussions
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What have you done so far? If you need an idea of where to start, try working out the gradient of line 1.
The points A(1,2) B(3,5) C (6,6) and D form a parallelogram. Find the coordinates of midpoint AC. Use your answer to find coordinates of D

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I hope you solved your problem but you will be better off to post questions in the Main Maths Forum for asking question.

This is a sub-forum mainly for exam discussions
Ok Thank you for informing me.
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Ok Thank you for informing me.
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The points A(1,2) B(3,5) C (6,6) and D form a parallelogram. Find the coordinates of midpoint AC. Use your answer to find coordinates of D

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You should know from basic gcse shape knowledge that the midpoint of the diagonal AC is also the midpoint of BD


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