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you just follow the definition of a circle circle := the set of all points that are equidistant from a point
the distance for that point to any point in the set is called the "radius"
and the point is called the center
long story short, the locus of all points 9cm from a point is a circle with radius 9cm
does that help ?
a little bit :), i'm still not sure how i solve it though
you don't solve it , it's a definition. if you want to prove that it is not a square though, it is possible. are you interested ?
sorry, the stuff about circles and squares after the first sentence, are possible answers
yes, I assumed that.
oh okay, i was just making sure that was clear cuz the sentence looked strange to me haha! okay i understand now :) thank you!
no problem :)
Describe the locus of all points that are 3 cm from a point m. so would this be the same concept?
yep, circle with radius 3
but that isn't one of my options...
oh wait! yeah it is lol sorry
i do have some confustion about some of my options though
a line, 3 cm from line m, a pair of parallel lines, each parallel to and 3 cm from line m, a sphere with a radius of 3 cm, or a circle with a diameter of 6 cm
momo, it would be helpful to separate the answers from the questions by pressing enter like this
so is the question what is the locus of all the points 3cm away from line m ?
Describe the locus of all points that are 3 cm from a point m.
sorry for the confusion
if it is in a plane, then it is a circle with radius 3 if it is in a space, then it is a sphere with radius 3
it you are looking for the locus of all points 3cm away from a line, then you have two lines that are parallel to line m one 3cm above it and the other 3cm below it
if you draw a picture it makes sense does that help ?
yes thank you!!