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I have a quick question, If I am given the length of a chord (5.14) and one point (0,0) How can I find the other point

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That's not very specific. One point is (0,0)? What is that point? the center of the circle? One end of the chord? The center of the chord or what?
Yes (0,0) is the center of the circle?
i agree with Mertsj, your question is not specific enough.

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the other point of what?
The other point of the chord
You said that (0,0) is the center of the circle. So we do not know anything about the chord except its length
This is all you gave us... see how there's no way to find the other point? These are just 4 possible positions of the chord. |dw:1364288965526:dw|

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