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Distance between two points is the length of the line segment that connects the two points in a line. The formula to find the distance between the two points is usually given by
$d=|x_2 – x_1|$. How do I prove it?
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hausdorff-distance. I'll find a better tag, but in the future, please read the tag descriptions carefully to make sure it fits your question. $\endgroup$