A circle is defined by the following equation: 3x^(2)+3y^(2)+30x+30y+150=0 What is its radius?

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A circle is defined by the following equation: 3x^(2)+3y^(2)+30x+30y+150=0 What is its radius?

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divide all by 3 (x^2 +10x) + (y^2 +10y) = -50
now complete the squares of the x and y (x^2 +10x +25) + (y^2 +10y +25) = -50-25-25 (x+5)^2 +(y+5)^2 = -100 are you sure it aint -150?
teh radius is most likely 10

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or 0 lol
no, in the original equation, all numbers are positive.
-50+25+25=0 then
looks to be 0 for some reason
i gotta wonder, is 0 correct?
When dividing by 3, (x^(2)+10x)+(y^(2)+10y)=-50, how do you get 10x and 10y?
3(x^2 +10x+25)-75 +3(y^2 +10y+25)-75= -150 3(x^2 +10x+25) +3(y^2 +10y+25)= -150 +75+75 = 0
3*10 = 30 right?
I dont understand how you get rid of the x and y
i dint get rid of anything :) i moved them around to work with them easier, thats all
but if there's a variable on the left side of the equation, shouldnt there still be a variable on the right side?
Actually, shouldn't it remain -50-25-25, and not -50+25+25?

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