# Table of distances between points

This online calculator builds a pairwise table of distances between points using the entered point coordinates.

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Created: 2023-12-02 18:16:22, Last updated: 2023-12-03 10:32:25

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Thus, by entering the coordinates of several points, you can see the distance between any two of them at the intersection of the corresponding row and column. The points are entered one per line, the coordinates are separated by spaces. The number of coordinates of all points must be the same (all points in the plane or all points in space).

The distance between points is calculated by Pythagoras' theorem (Euclidean distance):
For points $p=(p_{1},\dots,p_{n})$ and $q=(q_{1},\dots,q_{n})$ the Euclidean distance is defined as:

$d(p,q)=\sqrt{(p_1-q_1)^2+(p_2-q_2)^2+\dots+(p_n-q_n)^2} = \sqrt{\sum_{k=1}^n (p_k-q_k)^2}.$

#### Table of distances between points

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