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Chapter 15.1, Problem 49E

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In Exercises 49–54, sketch the level curves
*for the given function and values of c.* [**HINT:** See Example 5.]

To determine

**To graph:** The level curves

**Given information:**

The provided function is

**Graph:**

Consider the provided function:

Now analyze the feature of the graph, replace

First put the value of

This implies,

This is the equation of a circle centered at the origin and radius is

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