anonymous
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What is the general form of the equation for the given circle?
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anonymous
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do you know the equation for a circle centered at origin?
anonymous
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x2+y2+r2

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anonymous
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or just the general form
anonymous
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Do you know the general form?
anonymous
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oh and that should be = r^2 not plus r^2
anonymous
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thats what i meant
anonymous
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(x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2 is the general form
anonymous
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(h,k) is the origin so you need to figure out what the origin is
anonymous
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Do you know what it is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
how do i find it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know the equation of the vertical and horizontal lines?
anonymous
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4 & 7??
anonymous
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the form for the equation of a vertical line is x=c (c is a constant) horizontal is is y=c
anonymous
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so the vertical line is x=4
anonymous
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and the horizontal line is y=4
anonymous
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so your origin is (4,4)
anonymous
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now you need to find the radius and plug into the equation for a circle
anonymous
  • anonymous
is the radius 5?
anonymous
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no. How did you get 5?
anonymous
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i dont understand how to get it
anonymous
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the radius is the distance from the origin to an endpoint on the circle
anonymous
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9
anonymous
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how did you get 9?
anonymous
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subtract the y coordinate of the origin from the y coordinate of the endpoint connected by the vertical line
anonymous
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4-4?
anonymous
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that would be subtracting the x coordinate from the y coordinate.
anonymous
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try drawing the circle on graph paper with origin (4,4) and it should become clear

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