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Write a program which stores 2 coordinates of a 2-D plane with the pair data structure and calculate the distance between them. The first coordinate is point1( 3, 5 ) and the second coordinate is point2( 10, 6 ).

#include #include #include using namespace std; int main() { pair<int, int> point1; pair<int, int> point2; // Write your code here cout << "Distance = " << distance << endl;

return 0; } /* Sample Run: Distance = 7.07107 */

What I have tried:

#include <iostream> 
#include <utility>
 using namespace std;
  int main(){
      pair<int, int> (3,5);
    pair<int, int> (10,6);

    cout << "Distance = "<< distance << endl;
    return 0;
Updated 29-Aug-21 0:29am

In order to calculate the distance you need to apply Pythagorean theorem.

For details, have a look at Distance formula | Analytic geometry (video) | Khan Academy[^]
Omar ice killerjj 29-Aug-21 5:42am
i want the answer in code
i want the answer in code

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#include <iostream> 
#include <utility>
 using namespace std;
  int main(){
      pair<int, int=""> (3,5);
    pair<int, int=""> (10,6);

    cout << "Distance = "<< distance << endl;
    return 0;
this what i did and i don't know what to write after the two pairs</int,></int,></utility></iostream>
Richard MacCutchan 29-Aug-21 7:30am
You need to provide a variable name for each pair.
pair<int, int> pointA(3, 5);
pair<int, int> pointB(10, 6);

You then need to use their values to calculate the distance via geometry. Draw the points on a piece of paper and think how you would calculate the distance between them.
Omar ice killerjj 29-Aug-21 7:31am

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