in point a on the cirlce, angle CAD=3x+9 and angle FAB=2x+21 given that EC and DF are diameters what is the measure of FAB
This question is asking about a circle and it is hard i need some help now
This question is asking about a circle and it is hard i need some help now
1) point (7,-6) and (9,4) are end points of the diameter of a circle. a) What is the length of the diameter? give the exact answer simplify as much as possible show work. b) What is the center...
Choices are: a. 9 b. 7 c. 4.5 d. 14 I already tried x2 =(12)(6) and I got 6 square root 2 and also attempted 4x=(12)(6), which=18.
the diameter of a circle given the points: (0,11)(-4,7/2) and the radius
The circle is not in the formula already. The equation is x^2+y^2+4x-6y+4=0 Also I am not sure whether I should complete the square or not.
Consider the points (4,-7) and (-6, 13). (a) Find the midpoint. Show work. (b) If the point you found in (a) is the center of a circle, and the other two points are points on the circle, find...
A piece of wire 200 cm is cut into two pieces: one a square and another a circle. Where should the cut be made if the sum of the two areas (square and circle) is to be a minimum.
A piece of plexiglass is in the shape of a semicircle with radius 2 m. Determine the dimensions of the rectangle with the greatest area that can be cut from the piece of plexiglass.
I know the standard form of a circle is (x-h)^2+(y-k)^2=r^2 but I don't see how to put x^2+y^2=x+2 into that form.
I need help on this, my math teacher is not a very good teacher when it comes to teaching. Please explain this to me. This > π < is the pi symbol. Thanks! Solve using: ...
i need help with calculating circles and spheres
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what is the center of the circle with the equation: x squared plus y squared minus 6x plus 2y minus 6 equals 0
AB= 14+4X AC= 19-6x Making clear OC is just the radius its not the whole diameter. Help me please! I don't know what to do after I make equal the two tangents (I know they are congruent)...
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Using all four (4) conic sections: Cirlcle, Ellipse, Hyperbola, and Parabola.