a. Center at the origin, containing the point (-6, -8)

b. Center (7, 5), containing the point (3, -2).

lwfrgin
2021-06-26
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Write the equation of the circle described.

a. Center at the origin, containing the point (-6, -8)

b. Center (7, 5), containing the point (3, -2).

a. Center at the origin, containing the point (-6, -8)

b. Center (7, 5), containing the point (3, -2).

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avortarF

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Use the standard equation of a circle with center (h,k) and radius r:

a.Using

So, the equation of the circle is:

b.Using

So, the equation of the circle is:

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