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Graphing circles

Help with graphing circles

(x-5)squared + (y+4)squared, What is the center? (5, -4)
What is the radius? (x-6)squared + (y-2)squared = 9 3
What is the center represented as in standard form? (h, k)
How do you tell the radius from standard form? The difference between (h, k) & (x, y)
(x+3)squared +(y-7)squared = 4, What are the center and radius? (-3, 7) & 4
(x-5)squared + (y-3)squared = 6, What are the center and radius? (5, 3) & square root 6
Are you supposed to take the exact form of (h, k) or the opposites? opposites
what is r represented in? r-units
Created by: chelsea_radke