# Parametric form

Calculate the distance of point A [2,1] from the line p:

X = -1 + 3 t

Y = 5-4 t

Line p has a parametric form of the line equation. ..

X = -1 + 3 t

Y = 5-4 t

Line p has a parametric form of the line equation. ..

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