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  1. Mrfootballman97
    • 3 years ago
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  2. stephaniepal
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    Center is at (1,-5) and the radius is 2

  3. mathstudent55
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    (-1, 5)

  4. stephaniepal
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    Yeah it is (-1,5) thought I put it that way

  5. Mrfootballman97
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    Can you guys try this one? Please tell me how you did it.

  6. stephaniepal
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    (3, 0) is the center and the radius is sqrt of 10 so you look at the equation and it says (x-3)^2 + y^2=10 For the x-value you want to make it =0 so x+3=0, x=-1 and the y-value is a 0 And the radius is the square root of the number after the equal sign

  7. stephaniepal
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    By the way I meant x=-3 not -1

  8. stephaniepal
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    And I meant c-3 not x+3 lol sorry

  9. stephaniepal
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    x not c....today I just can't type

  10. Mrfootballman97
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    haha yeah. And thanks!

  11. stephaniepal
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    No problem!

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