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Which of the statements below are true about the graphs of the eqn x^2+y^2=9 and (x+6)^2+y^2=16? (I) both graphs are circles (ll)The two graphs touches at one point (iii)The two graphs have two distinct points of intersection @waterineyes @hartnn

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i am fed up of circles now....
Do you know the equation of circle center of which is at origin(0,0) ??
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I am going to start straight line after this @hartnn

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x^2+y^2=r^2 @waterineyes
just lines or pair of lines ?
@hartnn will help you now.. I am shutting down you @hba and my PC. Good Night guys..
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Omg :(
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@waterineyes Please help and leave :(
i was going to say same thing....
(x+6)^2+y^2=16? here also center is (-6,0)
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Yeah so .....
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they touch at one point ok
So, Good Night..
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nooooooooooooo
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But the both of them are circles ?
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So it can be 1 and 2 ?
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I mean 1 and 3 ?
Wait..
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Waiting
Look for dark dots: |dw:1353180754235:dw|
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Omg so 1 and 3 right ?
Yep..
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@waterineyes Are you in Uni ? Whats your age ?
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Which year ?
You are welcome and now I am shutting you down.. Take care @hba and @robtobey
Tell you other day.. Bye..
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Ok lol Thanks :)
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Thanks a lot @robtobey

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