Hey, i'm trying to solve this and im confused by the 2x and 2y. How do I treat this problem? Thanks guys.
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Originally Posted by bigitme Hey, i'm trying to solve this and im confused by the 2x and 2y. How do I treat this problem? Thanks guys. First divide the equation through by 2: Subtract 2 from both sides: Group the x terms together: Complete the square: Thus, the center of the circle is ........ The radius of the circle is ........ I hope this helps! --Chris
Originally Posted by bigitme Hey, i'm trying to solve this and im confused by the 2x and 2y. How do I treat this problem? Thanks guys. Your equation is: divide by : Complete the square for : so you have: RonL
Originally Posted by Chris L T521 First divide the equation through by 2: Subtract 2 from both sides: Group the x terms together: Complete the square: Thus, the center of the circle is ........ The radius of the circle is ........ I hope this helps! --Chris Typo!
Originally Posted by masters Typo! argh! Thanks for catching that --Chris
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