Ok, I am having some trouble with 24. If someone could help me out, that'd be great.

A circle can be drawn through points X, Y, and Z. XW=8, YW=6, ZW=12.

Find the radius of the circle, and the distance from the center to point W.

I know the answers, 5 root 5, and root 29, respectively. The problem is that I am having some trouble reaching those answers.

Thanks! The problem is attached as well.

Guys?

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I don't think there's enough information given in the question tbh...

Originally Posted by Prove It
I don't think there's enough information given in the question tbh...
I know why you would think that, but I am positive that there is a solution. Thanks though.

Originally Posted by Xonian
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the center of the circle is going to be equidistant from X and Z. So what's that tell you about it's x coordinate.

Once you find that you have to find the y coordinate of the center by ensuring that the distance from the center to X is equal to the distance from the center to Y.

see if you can work it out now.