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    center of circle with equation x^2+14x+y^2-6y+53=0

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    Re: center of circle with equation x^2+14x+y^2-6y+53=0

    Quote Originally Posted by vegasgunner View Post
    center of circle with equation x^2+14x+y^2-6y+53=0
    x^2+14x+49+y^2-6y+9=-53+49+9
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    Re: center of circle with equation x^2+14x+y^2-6y+53=0

    would it be (-7,3)??
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    Re: center of circle with equation x^2+14x+y^2-6y+53=0

    Quote Originally Posted by vegasgunner View Post
    would it be (-7,3)??
    You should know at least that much. Look up definitions,
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