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`"Distance" = | "A" * "x" + "B" * "y" + "C" | / sqrt( "A" ^2+ "B" ^2)`

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The **Distance Between A Point and Line **calculator provides the distance from a point (x, y) to a line of the form Ax+By+C=0.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Enter the following:

- (
**A**) x coefficient in the line - (
**B**) y coefficient in the line - (
**C**) Constant in the line formula. - (
**x**) x value of the point. - (
**y**) y value of the point

**Distance between the point and a line (D):** The calculator returns the distance.

If the formula of the line is put in the form Ax+By+C = 0, the formula for the distance between a point and a line is:

`D = (|A*x+B*y+C|) / sqrt(A^2+B^2)`

where:

- D is the distance between the point and the line
- A is the x coefficient in the line formula
- B is the y coefficient in the line formula
- C is the constant in the line formula
- x is the x position value of the point
- y is the y position value of the point

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