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Chapter 0, Problem 9

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True or False The distance between two distinct points on the real number line is always greater than zero.

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Let’s take a look at the real number line. So the real number line is just a number line containing only real numbers, and this number line we have in front of us is a very simple version of a number line. So a question you might see this. You might want to find the distance between two points. So let’s look at an example here. So we have points at one and four, and it’s pretty simple. You’re gonna be able to find that the distance between points one of four is only three units. Okay, But you may ask…