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Conic sections are shapes formed by the intersection of a plane and a double-napped cone. The four types of conic sections are circles, parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas. A circle is defined as the set of all points equidistant from a fixed center point in a plane. The standard equation of a circle is (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) represents the center and r is the radius. This document provides examples of writing and graphing circle equations in standard and general form.

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CIRCLES.pptx

Circles are geometric shapes defined as the set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from a fixed point called the center. The distance from the center to any point on the circle is called the radius. Circle equations can be written in standard form (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h, k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Problems involve finding the equation of a circle given its center and radius, graphing circles, rewriting equations in standard form, determining if an equation represents a circle, point or null set, finding equations of circles tangent to lines or passing through points, and finding equations of circles inscribed in or

Equation of a Circle in standard and general form

Writing an equation of a circle in standard or general form and finding the radius and the center of a circle given an equation.

1.5 - equations of circles.ppt

This document provides instruction on writing equations of circles. It begins by defining a circle as all points in the xy-plane that are a fixed distance r from a central point (h,k), known as the radius. The standard form of a circle equation is presented as (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Examples are given of writing circle equations in standard form given the center and radius. Converting a circle equation from general to standard form is also demonstrated through completing the square. Homework problems are assigned from the text.

Math 10_Q21.5 - equations of circles.ppt

This document provides instruction on writing equations of circles. It begins by defining a circle as points that are a fixed distance (the radius) from a central point (the center). It then presents the standard form of a circle equation as (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Several examples are worked through of writing circle equations in standard and general form given the center and radius. The document also explains how to convert a circle equation from general to standard form through completing the square. Homework problems are assigned.

Circles

This document defines circles geometrically as the result of a cone intersecting with a plane, and algebraically as the set of points equidistant from a fixed center point. It provides the standard equation for a circle given the center (h,k) and radius r: (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2. Examples are given of writing the equation of a circle and finding its center and radius given parts of the equation. The process for finding the equation of a circle given its diameter is also described.

Equations of circles

This document discusses graphing circles and converting between graphing form and standard form equations of circles. It provides examples of writing the equation of a circle given its center and radius in graphing form. It also shows how to find the center, radius, and equation of a circle given the standard form equation. The key points are:
- In graphing form, the center is denoted as (h, k) and the equation is (x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2
- To convert to standard form, complete the square and factor the left side, moving any constant to the right side.

Cricle.pptx

Circle, Definition, Equation of circle whose center and radius is known, General equation of a circle, Equation of circle passing through three given points, Equation of circle whose diameters is line joining two points (x1, y1) & (x2,y2), Tangent and Normal to a given circle at given point.

Equation of a circle

Here are some things you did well and could improve on:
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- You explained the key concepts around writing the equation of a circle clearly and concisely. Breaking it down step-by-step makes it easy to understand.
- Providing examples with worked solutions is very helpful for reinforcement. The visual diagrams additionally aid comprehension.
- Giving practice problems for students to try on their own, along with answers, allows for application of the material.
EBI:
- Some of the text could be formatted for easier reading (e.g. consistent formatting of equations).
- Adding brief summaries or recaps after sections of explanation may aid retention.
- Providing guidance on common errors

CIRCLES.pptx

Circles are geometric shapes defined as the set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from a fixed point called the center. The distance from the center to any point on the circle is called the radius. Circle equations can be written in standard form (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h, k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Problems involve finding the equation of a circle given its center and radius, graphing circles, rewriting equations in standard form, determining if an equation represents a circle, point or null set, finding equations of circles tangent to lines or passing through points, and finding equations of circles inscribed in or

Equation of a Circle in standard and general form

Writing an equation of a circle in standard or general form and finding the radius and the center of a circle given an equation.

1.5 - equations of circles.ppt

This document provides instruction on writing equations of circles. It begins by defining a circle as all points in the xy-plane that are a fixed distance r from a central point (h,k), known as the radius. The standard form of a circle equation is presented as (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Examples are given of writing circle equations in standard form given the center and radius. Converting a circle equation from general to standard form is also demonstrated through completing the square. Homework problems are assigned from the text.

Math 10_Q21.5 - equations of circles.ppt

This document provides instruction on writing equations of circles. It begins by defining a circle as points that are a fixed distance (the radius) from a central point (the center). It then presents the standard form of a circle equation as (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Several examples are worked through of writing circle equations in standard and general form given the center and radius. The document also explains how to convert a circle equation from general to standard form through completing the square. Homework problems are assigned.

Circles

This document defines circles geometrically as the result of a cone intersecting with a plane, and algebraically as the set of points equidistant from a fixed center point. It provides the standard equation for a circle given the center (h,k) and radius r: (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2. Examples are given of writing the equation of a circle and finding its center and radius given parts of the equation. The process for finding the equation of a circle given its diameter is also described.

Equations of circles

This document discusses graphing circles and converting between graphing form and standard form equations of circles. It provides examples of writing the equation of a circle given its center and radius in graphing form. It also shows how to find the center, radius, and equation of a circle given the standard form equation. The key points are:
- In graphing form, the center is denoted as (h, k) and the equation is (x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2
- To convert to standard form, complete the square and factor the left side, moving any constant to the right side.

Cricle.pptx

Circle, Definition, Equation of circle whose center and radius is known, General equation of a circle, Equation of circle passing through three given points, Equation of circle whose diameters is line joining two points (x1, y1) & (x2,y2), Tangent and Normal to a given circle at given point.

Equation of a circle

Here are some things you did well and could improve on:
WWW:
- You explained the key concepts around writing the equation of a circle clearly and concisely. Breaking it down step-by-step makes it easy to understand.
- Providing examples with worked solutions is very helpful for reinforcement. The visual diagrams additionally aid comprehension.
- Giving practice problems for students to try on their own, along with answers, allows for application of the material.
EBI:
- Some of the text could be formatted for easier reading (e.g. consistent formatting of equations).
- Adding brief summaries or recaps after sections of explanation may aid retention.
- Providing guidance on common errors

48 circle part 1 of 2

This document provides a study package on circles for a mathematics class. It begins with an index listing the topics covered, which include theory, revision, exercises, assertion and reason questions, and past examination questions. It then covers circle theory, equations of circles in various forms including parametric and Cartesian, intercepts made by circles on axes, the position of points with respect to circles, lines and circles, and tangents to circles. Examples are provided to illustrate each concept. The document is intended to be a comprehensive resource for students to learn about circles.

Circle

The document discusses equations of circles in various forms. It provides the general equation of a circle, as well as equations for circles given specific properties like center point and radius, diameter endpoints, tangency to an axis, and passing through a given point. Examples are worked through to find the equation of a circle matching given conditions or to obtain properties of a circle from its equation. Circles can be represented using forms based on the center and radius, diameter endpoints, or general equation.

Circle

1) The document provides information on circle equations and properties including: the general form of a circle equation, finding the center and radius from an equation, and determining if a point lies inside, outside or on a circle.
2) Examples are given for writing circle equations in different forms, finding centers and radii, and finding intersection points between circles and lines.
3) The key steps for finding intersections between a line and circle are outlined using simultaneous equations and the discriminant.

Determining the center and the radius of a circle

This document provides instruction on determining the center and radius of a circle given its equation in standard form and vice versa. It begins with stating the objectives of identifying the standard form of a circle equation and using it to determine center and radius or write the equation given one of those. Several examples are worked through, including transforming equations to standard form and finding center and radius. Short exercises are provided for students to practice these skills.

Analytic geometry lecture2

This document discusses key concepts about circles, including:
- The standard equation of a circle is (x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2, where (h, k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius.
- Given the equation or properties of a circle, one can determine its center and radius or write the equation in standard form.
- Points can lie inside, outside, or on a circle, which can be determined by comparing distances or substituting into the equation.
- A circle and line can intersect in 0, 1, or 2 points, which can be found using algebraic techniques.
- The equation of a circle can be found given 3

Circle

The document discusses circles and their equations. It defines a circle as all points in a plane that are a fixed distance from a fixed center point. This fixed distance is called the radius. The standard form of a circle equation is (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. It also discusses converting between the standard and general forms of a circle equation.

2.2 Circles

Write the equation of a circle given the center and radius
Identify the center and radius of a circle in both center-radius and general form
Write the equation of a circle given the center and a point on the circle

Math 4 q2 problems on circles

The document presents several problems involving finding equations of circles given properties such as the center and radius, points the circle passes through, tangency to lines, etc. There are over 20 subproblems across 4 sections - A focuses on finding center and radius of circles given equations, B focuses on finding equations of circles given properties like center and radius or points, C involves circles tangent to given lines, and D analyzes if equations represent circles, points or empty sets and finds properties if they are circles.

2.2 Circles

The document discusses circles and their equations. It defines a circle as all points a given distance from a center point. It explains how to write the equation of a circle given its center and radius. The general form of a circle equation is presented along with examples of completing the square to determine the center and radius from the equation. Characteristics of the radius term in the equation are also covered.

Circle.pdf

The document discusses the standard form of the equation of a circle. It can be written as x2 + y2 = r2 if the center is at the origin (0,0), or (x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2 if the center is at a point (h,k). Several examples are provided of writing the equation of a circle given its center and radius. The document also discusses determining the radius if the circle is tangent to the x-axis, y-axis, or a line.

Alg2 lesson 8-3

The document discusses equations for circles. It provides the standard form of a circle equation (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2 where (h,k) represents the center and r is the radius. Examples are given of writing the equation of a circle given the center and radius, finding the center and radius from a circle equation, and determining if a line or point lies on a circle. Diagrams illustrate key concepts like tangency.

Alg2 lesson 8-3

The document discusses equations for circles. It provides the standard form of a circle equation (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2 where (h,k) represents the center and r is the radius. Examples are given of writing the equation of a circle given the center and radius, finding the center and radius from a circle equation, and determining if a line or point lies on a circle. Diagrams illustrate key concepts like tangency.

10.5 Circles in the Coordinate Plane

This document discusses circles in the coordinate plane. It defines the standard form of a circle equation as (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Examples are given of identifying the center and radius from given equations and writing equations from given center and radius or a point on the circle. The steps for graphing a circle are outlined as plotting the center and drawing points at a distance of the radius from the center to form the circle.

6.14.3 Circle Equations

Determine the center and radius of a circle from its equation
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This document defines a circle and provides the standard equation for a circle. It gives the equation for a circle centered at the origin (x2 + y2 = r2) and a circle not at the origin ((x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2). Examples are worked through of writing the equation for a circle given the center and radius, and determining if a point lies inside, outside or on a given circle.

Grade 10 Math Quarter 2 Equation of the Circle

The document defines a circle as a set of points equidistant from a center point. It provides the standard equation of a circle in general form and for when the center is at the origin. Examples are given of writing the equation of a circle given its center and radius, or center and a point on the circle. The document also shows how to determine if a given point lies inside, outside or on the circle using the standard equation.

Circles

This document provides information about circles and their relationships to other geometric concepts:
1. It defines key concepts such as the distance formula, points on a circle, the equation of a circle with the center at the origin or other point (x,y), and the general equation of a circle.
2. It discusses the intersection of circles and lines, including finding the points of intersection using substitution and solving quadratics. The discriminant is used to determine the number of intersection points.
3. Tangents are defined as lines that intersect a circle at only one point and formulas are given for finding the equation of a tangent line to a circle.

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This document contains a request to provide a song or video link to play while waiting for classmates, as well as a request for names and adjectives starting with the same letter. It also contains information about circles, including definitions, properties, equations, examples of finding standard and general equations of circles given properties, and an example of finding the center and radius from a general equation.

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This document contains examples and explanations of circles and ellipses. It defines a circle as a locus of points that are a constant distance r from a fixed center point C. It provides examples of writing equations of circles given the center and radius. It also discusses finding the center and radius from a standard circle equation. For ellipses, it explains how to write the standard equation given the vertices and covertices, and how to find the foci from the ellipse equation.

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This document discusses key concepts related to circles such as secants, tangents, and chords. It defines secants as lines that intersect a circle at two points, tangents as lines that touch a circle at only one point, and provides postulates and theorems about their properties. Specifically, it states that there can only be one tangent line drawn at a given point, tangent segments formed by intersecting tangents are congruent, and angles formed between chords, tangents, and intercepted arcs follow specific relationships. An example problem demonstrates using these concepts to find missing angle measures.

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48 circle part 1 of 2

This document provides a study package on circles for a mathematics class. It begins with an index listing the topics covered, which include theory, revision, exercises, assertion and reason questions, and past examination questions. It then covers circle theory, equations of circles in various forms including parametric and Cartesian, intercepts made by circles on axes, the position of points with respect to circles, lines and circles, and tangents to circles. Examples are provided to illustrate each concept. The document is intended to be a comprehensive resource for students to learn about circles.

Circle

The document discusses equations of circles in various forms. It provides the general equation of a circle, as well as equations for circles given specific properties like center point and radius, diameter endpoints, tangency to an axis, and passing through a given point. Examples are worked through to find the equation of a circle matching given conditions or to obtain properties of a circle from its equation. Circles can be represented using forms based on the center and radius, diameter endpoints, or general equation.

Circle

1) The document provides information on circle equations and properties including: the general form of a circle equation, finding the center and radius from an equation, and determining if a point lies inside, outside or on a circle.
2) Examples are given for writing circle equations in different forms, finding centers and radii, and finding intersection points between circles and lines.
3) The key steps for finding intersections between a line and circle are outlined using simultaneous equations and the discriminant.

Determining the center and the radius of a circle

This document provides instruction on determining the center and radius of a circle given its equation in standard form and vice versa. It begins with stating the objectives of identifying the standard form of a circle equation and using it to determine center and radius or write the equation given one of those. Several examples are worked through, including transforming equations to standard form and finding center and radius. Short exercises are provided for students to practice these skills.

Analytic geometry lecture2

This document discusses key concepts about circles, including:
- The standard equation of a circle is (x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2, where (h, k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius.
- Given the equation or properties of a circle, one can determine its center and radius or write the equation in standard form.
- Points can lie inside, outside, or on a circle, which can be determined by comparing distances or substituting into the equation.
- A circle and line can intersect in 0, 1, or 2 points, which can be found using algebraic techniques.
- The equation of a circle can be found given 3

Circle

The document discusses circles and their equations. It defines a circle as all points in a plane that are a fixed distance from a fixed center point. This fixed distance is called the radius. The standard form of a circle equation is (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. It also discusses converting between the standard and general forms of a circle equation.

2.2 Circles

Write the equation of a circle given the center and radius
Identify the center and radius of a circle in both center-radius and general form
Write the equation of a circle given the center and a point on the circle

Math 4 q2 problems on circles

The document presents several problems involving finding equations of circles given properties such as the center and radius, points the circle passes through, tangency to lines, etc. There are over 20 subproblems across 4 sections - A focuses on finding center and radius of circles given equations, B focuses on finding equations of circles given properties like center and radius or points, C involves circles tangent to given lines, and D analyzes if equations represent circles, points or empty sets and finds properties if they are circles.

2.2 Circles

The document discusses circles and their equations. It defines a circle as all points a given distance from a center point. It explains how to write the equation of a circle given its center and radius. The general form of a circle equation is presented along with examples of completing the square to determine the center and radius from the equation. Characteristics of the radius term in the equation are also covered.

Circle.pdf

The document discusses the standard form of the equation of a circle. It can be written as x2 + y2 = r2 if the center is at the origin (0,0), or (x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2 if the center is at a point (h,k). Several examples are provided of writing the equation of a circle given its center and radius. The document also discusses determining the radius if the circle is tangent to the x-axis, y-axis, or a line.

Alg2 lesson 8-3

The document discusses equations for circles. It provides the standard form of a circle equation (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2 where (h,k) represents the center and r is the radius. Examples are given of writing the equation of a circle given the center and radius, finding the center and radius from a circle equation, and determining if a line or point lies on a circle. Diagrams illustrate key concepts like tangency.

10.5 Circles in the Coordinate Plane

This document discusses circles in the coordinate plane. It defines the standard form of a circle equation as (x-h)2 + (y-k)2 = r2, where (h,k) are the coordinates of the center and r is the radius. Examples are given of identifying the center and radius from given equations and writing equations from given center and radius or a point on the circle. The steps for graphing a circle are outlined as plotting the center and drawing points at a distance of the radius from the center to form the circle.

6.14.3 Circle Equations

Determine the center and radius of a circle from its equation
Write the equation of a circle from its center and a point on the circle.

10.6 Equation of the circle in grade 10 math (1).ppt

This document defines a circle and provides the standard equation for a circle. It gives the equation for a circle centered at the origin (x2 + y2 = r2) and a circle not at the origin ((x - h)2 + (y - k)2 = r2). Examples are worked through of writing the equation for a circle given the center and radius, and determining if a point lies inside, outside or on a given circle.

Grade 10 Math Quarter 2 Equation of the Circle

The document defines a circle as a set of points equidistant from a center point. It provides the standard equation of a circle in general form and for when the center is at the origin. Examples are given of writing the equation of a circle given its center and radius, or center and a point on the circle. The document also shows how to determine if a given point lies inside, outside or on the circle using the standard equation.

Circles

This document provides information about circles and their relationships to other geometric concepts:
1. It defines key concepts such as the distance formula, points on a circle, the equation of a circle with the center at the origin or other point (x,y), and the general equation of a circle.
2. It discusses the intersection of circles and lines, including finding the points of intersection using substitution and solving quadratics. The discriminant is used to determine the number of intersection points.
3. Tangents are defined as lines that intersect a circle at only one point and formulas are given for finding the equation of a tangent line to a circle.

1512 circles (1)

Mathematics (from Greek μάθημα máthēma, “knowledge, study, learning”) is the study of topics such as quantity (numbers), structure, space, and change. There is a range of views among mathematicians and philosophers as to the exact scope and definition of mathematics

Week_3-Circle.pptx

This document contains a request to provide a song or video link to play while waiting for classmates, as well as a request for names and adjectives starting with the same letter. It also contains information about circles, including definitions, properties, equations, examples of finding standard and general equations of circles given properties, and an example of finding the center and radius from a general equation.

Circles and ellipses

This document contains examples and explanations of circles and ellipses. It defines a circle as a locus of points that are a constant distance r from a fixed center point C. It provides examples of writing equations of circles given the center and radius. It also discusses finding the center and radius from a standard circle equation. For ellipses, it explains how to write the standard equation given the vertices and covertices, and how to find the foci from the ellipse equation.

48 circle part 1 of 2

48 circle part 1 of 2

Circle

Circle

Circle

Circle

Determining the center and the radius of a circle

Determining the center and the radius of a circle

Analytic geometry lecture2

Analytic geometry lecture2

Circle

Circle

2.2 Circles

2.2 Circles

Math 4 q2 problems on circles

Math 4 q2 problems on circles

2.2 Circles

2.2 Circles

Circle.pdf

Circle.pdf

Alg2 lesson 8-3

Alg2 lesson 8-3

Alg2 lesson 8-3

Alg2 lesson 8-3

10.5 Circles in the Coordinate Plane

10.5 Circles in the Coordinate Plane

6.14.3 Circle Equations

6.14.3 Circle Equations

10.6 Equation of the circle in grade 10 math (1).ppt

10.6 Equation of the circle in grade 10 math (1).ppt

Grade 10 Math Quarter 2 Equation of the Circle

Grade 10 Math Quarter 2 Equation of the Circle

Circles

Circles

1512 circles (1)

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Week_3-Circle.pptx

Week_3-Circle.pptx

Circles and ellipses

Circles and ellipses

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This document discusses key concepts related to circles such as secants, tangents, and chords. It defines secants as lines that intersect a circle at two points, tangents as lines that touch a circle at only one point, and provides postulates and theorems about their properties. Specifically, it states that there can only be one tangent line drawn at a given point, tangent segments formed by intersecting tangents are congruent, and angles formed between chords, tangents, and intercepted arcs follow specific relationships. An example problem demonstrates using these concepts to find missing angle measures.

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L3 Roots of Quadratic Equations.pptx

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- 3. Conic Sections (Conics) •Formed by intersecting a double-napped cone with a plane •Circle •Parabola •Ellipse •Hyperbola
- 4. Circle
- 5. Circle •a conic section that is formed by intersecting a cone with a plane that is perpendicular to the axis of the cone •the set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from a fixed point called the center
- 6. Standard Form of the Equation of a Circle (x−h)2 + (y−k)2 = r2 where (h, k) is the center of the circle r is the radius, r > 0
- 7. Example 1. Determine the standard equation of the circle given the coordinates of its center and the length of its radius a. center at (2, -3) and r= 3 (x−h)2 + (y−k)2 = r2 (x−2)2 + [y−(−3)]2 = 32 (x−2)2 + (y+3)2 = 9
- 8. Example 2. Given the standard form of the equation below, find the coordinates of the center and the radius. a. (x+9)2 + (y−1)2 = 25 Center is at (-9, 1) and r=5 (x+9)2 + (y−1)2 = 25 [x− (−9)]2 + (y−1)2 = 52
- 9. General Form of the Equation of a Circle x2 + y2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 Ex. x2+ y2 + 3x + 12y + 2 = 0 x2 + 2y2 -4x + 2y + 1 = 0
- 10. Transforming the Equation of a Circle from the General Form to the Standard Form and Vice Versa
- 11. Example 3. Determine the standard form of the equation of the circle defined by 4x𝟐 + 4y𝟐 - 4x + 24y + 1 = 0 1 4 (4x2 + 4y2 - 4x + 24y + 1 = 0) 4 4 x 2 + 4 4 y2 - 4 4 x + 24 4 y + 1 4 = 0 x2 + y2 - x + 6y + 1 4 = 0 (x2 - x )+ (y2 + 6y)= - 1 4 (x2 - x + 1 4 )+ (y2 + 6y + 9)= - 1 4 + 1 4 + 9 (x − 1 2 ) 2 + (y + 3)2 = 9
- 12. Example 4. Determine the general form of the equation of the circle defined by (x + 5)2 + (y−6)2 = 4 (x + 5)2 + (y−6)2 = 4 (𝑥2 + 10x + 25) + (𝑦2 - 12y + 36) = 4 𝑥2 + 𝑦2 + 10x - 12y + 25 + 36 – 4 = 0 𝑥2+ 𝑦2+10x- 12y + 57= 0
- 13. Graph of a Circle •The rectangular coordinate system (Cartesian Coordinate Plane) is used to sketch the graph of a circle. The graph provides a clear view of its center and radius
- 14. Example 5. Write the equation for the graph of the given circle below Center is at (0,0), r= 2 (x−h)2 + (y−k)2 = r2 (x−0)2 + (y−0)2 = 22 𝑥2 + y2 =4 x y 0 1 2 -2 -1 -2 -1 1 2