is the equation of a circle. I answered true, but the answer in the book is false. So who is correct? This equation satisfies the general equation of a circle Thanks
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Originally Posted by arze is the equation of a circle. I answered true, but the answer in the book is false. So who is correct? This equation satisfies the general equation of a circle Thanks complete the square for x and y ... since the general circle equation is ?
Originally Posted by arze is the equation of a circle. I answered true, but the answer in the book is false. So who is correct? This equation satisfies the general equation of a circle Thanks Actually, the "general equation" of a circle is of the form which is a circle of radius , centred at . I would try to transform the equation you have been given into this form. . Is possible?
Ah!!! How could I have missed that. Thanks!
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