Do youhaveto use the earlier parts? If so, are you allowed to use the result (from geometry) relating right angles and triangles?

If so, then findthe midpointof the hypotenuse, as this will be the center of the circle. You've found the length of the hypotenuse; now divide by two to find the radius value.

Once you have the center and the radius, you can plug into the center-radius form of the circle equation, multiply everything out, and rearrange to get the required form of the equation.