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What is the equation of a circle with center -1 and 2 and radius 4?

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2008-04-21 13:38:46
2008-04-21 13:38:46

Using (x-h)^2+(y-h)=r^2

sub in -1 and 2 for h and k

get sqrt of 4 for r

anser is therefore

(x+1)^2+(y-2)=2^2

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