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Locating the center of a circle that forms an arc 2015-04-23
From Ken:

Find the Cartesian coordinates of the center of an arc with the given location of the beginning and end points and radius length. Not the midpoint of the circumference but the actual point that the arc
is drawn around.

I know their are two answers depending on the direction of the arc. Unless we assume that all arcs are drawn counter clock wise.

Thanks
Ken


Answered by Harley Weston.
The center and radius of a circle 2015-02-06
From ariana:
I need to find the center and the radius of this circle. I don't know how to put 9/2 than square it into a fraction.

x^2 + 2x + y^2 +9y=5

Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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