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Given the equation of a circle in the form \((x-a)^2+(y-b)^2=r^2\) the center is \((a,b)\).
I think you know how to do it from the previous one. Why do you post the "almost" same question?
I'm taking a quiz for my online school and these are the couple I had trouble on.
Oh excuse me (3, -5)
we are not here to take quizes for you
Okay would rude. I was just checking to make sure my answer was correct.
it is not
I am not being rude by telling you the rules:)
anyway back to the math...
do you see your mistake now?
I just want to make sure I got the answer right. And yes I do. Thank you.
chilllllll, it kinda is rude doe.
What is your new answer?
lol good job @Jcameron