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What is the center and radius of this circle? Center: (3, -5); Radius: 7 Center: (3, -5); Radius: 14 Center: (-5, 3); Radius: 14 Center: (-5, 3); Radius: 7

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(x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2 |dw:1349044935944:dw|
Is there a circle somewhere?
yes i am attaching the file plz wait

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It won't let me see that attachment. What is the radius of the circle you are looking at?
sorry i have to try to do it the other way
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Looks like its diameter is 14. Will have to stare a little harder to find the center.
Center: (-5, 3); Radius: 7?
That seems to be the only answer that makes sense with that circle's position.
k thank you and that is the right answer i got that one right on my test thanks a lot!

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