# Distance Formula Worksheets

Stock up on our free, printable distance formula worksheets that walk grade 8 and high school students through exercises on the formula, d = √ ((x_{2} - x_{1})^{2} + (y_{2} - y_{1})^{2}), which is a derivative of the Pythagorean theorem. Measure line segments on Cartesian planes, calculate the distance between two sets of coordinates, find the side lengths of shapes, figure out the missing coordinates, identify the types of triangles, and more, to bolster your skills in the distance formula.

These distance formula worksheets are ideal for students in grade 8 and high school.

CCSS: 8.G, HSG-GPE

Distance between Two Points Worksheets

Offer 8th grade students ample practice in substituting the x-y coordinates in the formula to figure out the distance in these printable distance formula worksheets.

Length of the Line Segments Worksheets

The task here is for grade 8 and high school students to locate the coordinates of the line segment, and determine its length using the distance formula.

Finding the Length of the Side - Shapes

These distance formula worksheet pdfs for high school help practice finding the side length of various shapes using the formula, d = √ ((x_{2} - x_{1})^{2} + (y_{2} - y_{1})^{2}).

Finding the Missing Coordinates

Rearrange the distance formula to make the unknown variable the subject, and equate it with the given distance to determine the missing coordinate in these worksheets.

Distance Formula and Pythagorean Theorem

In these distance formula worksheets pdf, apply the Pythagorean theorem to calculate the length of each line segment, and verify the answer using the distance formula.

Identifying the Types of Triangles

Find the length of each side of the triangle using the distance formula and prove if the vertices form an equilateral, scalene, isosceles or a right-angled triangle.

Be it triangles, polygons, or circles, our printable distance formula worksheets have them all for students to practice finding the midpoint and the side length of each shape.

Perimeter on a Coordinate Plane

Plot the coordinates on the Cartesian plane, sketch the shape, calculate the length of each side with the formula, and find the perimeter in these worksheets.