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Look at the circle on the coordinate plane. Sophia wrote the equation of the circle in the center radius form as (x − p)2 + (y − q)2 = 25. The value of p + q is _____.

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p and q are the coordinates of the center of circle
by observation they are p =3 and q = 2 p+q = 5

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the radius of circle = sqrt25 = 5 which helps to find center
ok i was wondering how did u figure that out ..yur a teacher!!! @cwrw238
general form of equation of circle is (x-a)^2 + (y - b)^2 = r^2 apologies if u knew this already!
no - i just like math
lol - i usually call it maths - i've been on this website too long!

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