Write a JS **class** that represents a **Point**. It has **x** and **y** coordinates as properties, that are set through the constructor, and a **static method** for finding the distance between two points, called distance().

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Input:

The distance() method should receive two **Point** objects as parameters.

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Output:

The distance() method should **return** a number, the distance between the two point parameters.

Submit the class definition as is, **without** wrapping it in any function.

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Examples:

**Sample Input:**

let p1 = new Point(5, 5);

let p2 = new Point(9, 8);

console.log(Point.distance(p1, p2));

**Output:**

5