# Distance Between Two Points

**Formula:**`d = √((x2 - x1)^2 + (y2 - y1)^2)`

## Introduction to Distance Between Two Points Calculator

The distance between two points in a plane is calculated using the distance formula, which is derived from the Pythagorean theorem. In this formula, ** d** represents the distance between two points,

**represents the coordinates of the first point, and**

*(x1, y1)***represents the coordinates of the second point. The result is measured in the same units as the coordinates.**

*(x2, y2)*## Parameter usage:

`x1, y1`

= coordinates of the first point`x2, y2`

= coordinates of the second point

## Output:

`d`

= distance between the two points

## Data validation

The coordinates can be any real numbers.

## Summary

This calculator takes into account the coordinates of two points and outputs the distance between them. It can be applied in various fields such as geometry, physics, and navigation.

Tags: Geometry, Distance, Coordinates