Hi PawanRamnani1234,

I'm going to give you some 'hints' so that you can try this question again on your own:

1) Try drawing a picture 'to scale' - you'll have 4 lines: right, down, left, then up.

2) Draw a line connecting the starting point with the ending point. That line is the diagonal of a RIGHT TRIANGLE.

3) Using the drawing, you can determine the 'base' and the 'height' of that right triangle.

4) Use the Pythagorean theorem to find the diagonal.

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