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The equation of a circle of radius 'a' and lying in the second quadrant such that it is tangent to both the axes,is:

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Just analyze your problem..
x and y axes are tangent of your given circle and it is having radius as "a"..
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from that u can find center..
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Circle is touching y axis too @hba
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Now My mind stopped working :(
Radius is "a" you are given, so keep it as such..
I am marking the distance, you will tell me what is it?? |dw:1353177450919:dw|
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r=a ok
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So x=y
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I am just saying that, tell me what will be the distances that I have marked??
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(g,f)=(a,a)
Now, you have got..
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@waterineyes @hartnn Please help
This is your center and you have radius as a..
Now, just use the equation of center.
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Thank you for confusing me and helping me at the same time x^2+y^2-2ax-2ay+a^2=0
No..
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Then ?
Ha ha ha.. Just confusing you more.. It looks bad to me..
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Thank yewwww
You are welcome dear..

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