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In this lesson, we will learn how to find the distance between two points on a number line by finding the algebraic difference as well as the midpoint between them.

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Using the given number line, write the expression that represents the distance between π΄ and π΅ .

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If the figure below represents the line of integer numbers, find the length of π· πΆ β π΅ π΄ considering a length unit = 1 c m .

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On the given number line, points π΄ and π΅ represent the numbers 0 and 16, respectively. Determine the length of π΄ π΅ .

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Find the length of π΄ πΆ .

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Point π· bisects the segment between π΄ and π΅ . What number is π· at?

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The given figure represents the number line of integers. Find the length of π· πΆ + the length of πΉ π΅ considering that a length unit is 1 cm.

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For which of these number lines can the distance shown be written as | 8 β 1 | ?

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Consider the points π ( 4 , β 4 ) and π ( β 1 0 , 6 ) . Given that π is the midpoint of π π ,find π π .

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Given πΎ ( 9 , β 2 ) and πΆ ( β 3 , 4 ) and that πΉ is the midpoint of πΎ πΆ , find πΎ πΉ .

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Find the length of π΄ π΅ .

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