# Betweenness and Elementary Figures : Taxicab Plane

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If A=(4,7), B=(1,1), and C = (2,3) prove that A-C-B in the Taxicab Plane.

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A-C-B means that the distance from A to C plus the distance from C-B is exactly the distance from A-B. In the Euclidean plane, that corresponds to the points lying on a straight line of Euclidean geometry. However, in the ...

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