give the standard form and the general form of this problem Radius 3; in the first quadrant and tangent to both axes Please help me and show the solution... Thanks! "I mean write the equation of a circle... Sorry"
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Originally Posted by lance give the standard form and the general form of this problem Radius 3; in the first quadrant and tangent to both axes Please help me and show the solution... Thanks! "I mean write the equation of a circle... Sorry" hi if a circle with radius r is tangent to both axes , then its equation would be (x-r)^2+(y-r)^2=r^2
It is not, however, a line!
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