Find the equation of a circle given its point in the centre being (1,2)

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Find the equation of a circle given its point in the centre being (1,2)

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hey newton, how do you copy and paste someone else's latex
(x-1)sqare+(x-2)square=r square
As far as I know, you can't on here, unless they send it to you before they render it in LaTeX.

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\[(x-1)^2 + (y-2)^2 = r^2 \]
how annoying
Then how do we go about solving for r?
well someone send an email to the coders
You can't solve for r... a circle with centre 1,2 is not unique.
Wait couldn't we just use another point close to it, say (1,3) and solve for r?
r is radius boy it s given ithink
You could try. It wouldn't work (at all), but you could try.

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