## adajiamcneal one year ago @ChipperJay*

idk how to find the radius

3. Loser66

Just pick either given point and plug the coefficient into the formula you have to find r

. . . can you dumb that down?

5. Loser66

$$(x+3)^2 +(y-2)^2=r^2$$ let pick (4,6) then $$r^2 = (4+3)^2 -(6-2)^2$$ simplify and take square root to find r

6. Loser66

8.06 correct?

8. Loser66

I think so, or you can let it as it is $$\sqrt {65}$$

thank you :)

10. Loser66

np