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The equation of a circle is (x + 5)^2 + (y - 3)^2 = 16. Which graph best represents the circle?

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    sorry, i'm still stumped. could you narrow it down for me? :(

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    @tornjeansxo Can you find the coordinate (h, k) and r ? (x + 5)² + (y - 3)² = 4²

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    (5, -3) and 4?

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    or (-5, 3) and 4

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    Correct, (-5, 3) and 4

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    Which quadrant is the center in?

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    therefore it's in the II quadrant

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    So it's B?

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    wait i meant A*

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    @tornjeansxo You probably need to count it again or at least double check the coordinate!

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    if the center is in the 2nd quadrant wouldn't the answer be A?

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    So A,( not B) !

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    right thank you :)

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