# SOLUTION: How do i find the length of a segment on a coordinate plane with the endpoints L(-1, -3) and M(-6, 9)?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Length-and-distance Question 114492: How do i find the length of a segment on a coordinate plane with the endpoints L(-1, -3) and M(-6, 9)?Answer by stanbon(57377)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!find the length of a segment on a coordinate plane with the endpoints L(-1, -3) and M(-6, 9)? -------------------- Formula: distance = sqrt[(change in x)^2 + (change in y)^2] ---------------------- Your Problem: d = sqrt[(-6--1)^2 + (9--3)^2] d = sqrt[25 + 144] d = sqrt(169) d = 13 ========== Cheers, Stan H.