Definition of

# Equidistant Points

A point is equidistant from 2 other points when it is always the same distance away from those points.

Example: point B is equidistant from points A and C. Try moving them around.

Also notice that, when keeping A and C fixed, all possible B points together make a line.

Example: point B is equidistant from points A and C. Try moving them around.

Also notice that, when keeping A and C fixed, all possible B points together make a line.