Asked Dec 9, 2019

How do I find the standard form equation for a circle with center point at (6,-7) and diameter of 10?


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The equation of a circle whose center at (x,, y,) and having radius r is given by (x- x;)° +(y- y,)° = r?

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diameter 10 = 5 in the above equation. 2 Substitute (x,y, ) = (6,-7) and r= 2 (x-6)* +(y-(-7) = 53? |(x-6)' +(y+7)' = 25


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