# Math Help - circle question

1. ## circle question

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2. Originally Posted by dgenerationx2
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Hello dgen,

I believe I answered a very similar question yesterday. You should familiarize yourself with the equation of a circle.

$(x-h)^2+(y-k)^2=r^2$

The center is at $(h, k)$, and the radius is r

$(x-3)^2+(y+5)^2=4^2$

I think you can handle this by now.

3. ## question

the equation you gave me is shown in the question.

4. Originally Posted by dgenerationx2
the equation you gave me is shown in the question.
Yes, I know. And I gave you the general form for the equation of circle in which its CENTER and RADIUS are obvious.