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Identify the equation (drawn inside) in standard form. Identify which type of conic section it represents.

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    i think its a circle... is that right?? is that the type of conic section that equation represents?? a circle??? :) but idk how to make it into standard form :/

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    Yes, it's a circle. Hint: The standard form of a circle is \((x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2\). Group like terms together and complete the square.

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    okay yay!! so would i get (x-3)^2+(y-5)^2=13 ??? is that the equation in standard form?? ;/

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    yes it's in standard form, good job

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    that tells you that this thing is a circle

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    awesome!! so i'm right?? i got the standard form correct and its a circle?? its correct?? so I'm done?? :D

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    yep

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    you probably want to list the center and radius though

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    aweosme! :) thanks :) so the center would be (3,5) and the radius would be about 3.6 ?

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    or just sqrt(13) works

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    okay!! thanks :)

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