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    Write an equation of each circle:

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  2. tkhunny
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    This is an eyeball problem. Just write it down. It really is that simple.

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    Is it \[(x + 7)^{2} + (y - 3)^{2} = (6)^{2}\]

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    or is the -3 supposed to be just 3?

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    You're turned around. Center at x = 7 leads to (x-7) Center at y = -3 leads to (y+3)

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    ohhh ok thanks!

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    The next one will be an eyeball answer, right? :-)

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    yeah haha. But i have one more question, what if it says the same thing at the beginning but then for the 2nd part it says and passes through (1, -1)?

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    @tkhunny

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    Providing Center, Radius AND a point on the Circle? Too much information. Center and radius completely define the circle. It's only luck if you hit the point.

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