# Set of Points Equidistant from Two Points in Taxicab Geometry

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In taxicab geometry, the usual Euclidean distance between points is replaced by the sum of the absolute differences of their coordinates. In symbols, if the two points are and , the distance between them is . The taxicab distance is also called *Manhattan distance* or *rectilinear distance*.

Contributed by: Jaime Rangel-Mondragon (July 2013)

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