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Center of the circle represented by the equation 5x^2+5y^2+24x+36y+10=0

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  1. waterineyes Group Title
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    Use Completion Of Square Method..

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  2. hba Group Title
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    What ?

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  3. waterineyes Group Title
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    Nothing.. I said use your method to solve it..

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    Which method dude ?

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    Hints please @waterineyes

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  6. waterineyes Group Title
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    There you have open the square, here you will close the square.. I mean, write that in the form of square.. \((....)^2\)

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    @waterineyes ??

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  8. hba Group Title
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    Let me try :(

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  9. waterineyes Group Title
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    Can I give you some other example??

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  10. waterineyes Group Title
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    Firstly make the coefficient of \(x^2\) and \(y^2\) as 1..

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    Try first..

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    I am comparing it let me do it dont answer

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    Or i will keeeel you.

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    @waterineyes (-g,-f)=(-12/5,-18/5)

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    Wait, let me check..

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    And you are right..

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  17. hba Group Title
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    Thanks A lot :)

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    What will be the radius of this equation ? @waterineyes

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    @hartnn Is it r=root(g^2+f^2-c)=0

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  20. waterineyes Group Title
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    Now, solve for all the constants there..

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    How am i going to survive without a calculator ?

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    \[(x+\frac{12}{5})^2 + (y+\frac{18}{5})^2 - (\frac{12}{5})^2 - (\frac{18}{5})^2 +10 = 0\]

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    Just solve the constant terms here..

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    r=root(g^2+f^2-c) is the direct formula....if u need to show work, follow water.

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    I do not need to show work lol,i just need to get the answer right :D

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    What is c here?? 10 @hartnn

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    Simple, then follow @hartnn Ha ha ha..

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    I am using that formula lol :D

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    And c = 10/5

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    And I am not typing.. Ha ha ha ha...

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    @waterineyes Common sense is not so common :)

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    See, @hartnn has used there c = 10. Ha ha ha..

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    c=10 here.

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    So, we don't divide it here by 5 to c??

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    Haha @hartnn you are wrong :(

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    ok, my bad....i thot of different general equation....

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    Anyways the answer is root(418)/5

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    @hartnn ok fine.

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    hartnn is taking time to think if it was wrong or right..

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    @waterineyes You are confusing people today lol

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    So, c = 2.. @hba now you cannot refuse here.. Ha ha ha..

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    lets move on guys :P

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    I am not confusing anybody, but confirming..

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    Yeah lol

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    Now as hartnn said move on :)

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    Otherwise, I will explode your fuse.,. ha ha ha..

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    How can I?? I am sitting on my chair.. Ha ha ha..

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    From the question lol :D

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    I thought i deserved a medal here :(

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  50. waterineyes Group Title
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    Okay, this looks fine..

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  51. waterineyes Group Title
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    @hartnn give your medal to @hba

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  52. waterineyes Group Title
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    Okay, I give you now..

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    I wish I could have more medals.. So that I can give them to me only.. Ha ha ha ha..

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