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Distance

Write a function find_distance() that returns the distance between two given points. You

should be able to call the function like this:

# coordinates for point-1 and point-2

p1 <- c(0, 0)

p2 <- c(1, 1)

find_distance(p1, p2)

Midpoint

Write a function find_midpoint() that returns the midpoint between two given points. You

should be able to call the function like this:

p1 <- c(0, 0)

p2 <- c(1, 1)

find_midpoint(p1, p2)

Slope

Write a function find_slope() that returns the slope of the line connecting two given points.

You should be able to call the function like this:

p1 <- c(0, 0)

p2 <- c(1, 1)

find_slope(p1, p2)

Intercept

Write a function find_intercept() that returns the intercept of the line connecting two

given points. This function must internally use find_slope()

**What I have tried:**

I need to use for loops, This is in R. Please help! I am new at programming , and I am completely lost

Write a function find_distance() that returns the distance between two given points. You

should be able to call the function like this:

# coordinates for point-1 and point-2

p1 <- c(0, 0)

p2 <- c(1, 1)

find_distance(p1, p2)

Midpoint

Write a function find_midpoint() that returns the midpoint between two given points. You

should be able to call the function like this:

p1 <- c(0, 0)

p2 <- c(1, 1)

find_midpoint(p1, p2)

Slope

Write a function find_slope() that returns the slope of the line connecting two given points.

You should be able to call the function like this:

p1 <- c(0, 0)

p2 <- c(1, 1)

find_slope(p1, p2)

Intercept

Write a function find_intercept() that returns the intercept of the line connecting two

given points. This function must internally use find_slope()

I need to use for loops, This is in R. Please help! I am new at programming , and I am completely lost

Quote:This is in R. Please help! I am new at programming , and I am completely lost

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HomeWork problems are simplified versions of the kind of problems you will have to solve in real life, their

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