Put the equation of the circle in standard form, identify the center (h,k) radius r of the circle. x2+y2-2x-12y+28=0

Put the equation of the circle in standard form, identify the center (h,k) radius r of the circle. x2+y2-2x-12y+28=0

(y+3)^2/25+(x-2)^2/16=1

(x-1)2+(y+2)2=49

Given the equation: 3x^2-12y^2+6x+48y-93=0 determine: a: The center C b: the two vertices c: the slopes of the asymptotes

A hyperbola is centered at C=(3,7). The vertices are (9,7) and (-3,7). The slopes of the asymptotes are m=+-5/6.

Given the equation: (x+5)^2/25+y^2/64=1 find: a: The Center C b: Length of Major Axis c: Length of Minor Axis d: Distance from C to foci c

Given the equation: (x-4)^2+(y+2)^2=1 find: a: The Center C b: Length of Major Axis c: Length of Minor Axis d: Distance from C to foci c

Given the equation: (x-4)^2/49+(y+5)^2/16=1 find: a: The Center C b: Length of Major Axis c: Length of Minor Axis d: Distance from C to Foci c

If the major axis is horizontal and has a length of 22 units, the minor axis has a length of 18, and the ellipse has a center (-7,6) fill in the missing denominators for the equation and determine...

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...

State the center and the radius of the circle represented by the equation. show all work (x-4)^2+(y+6)^2=64

write the equation of the circle x2+y2-6x+8y=0 in the standard form. Find the radius of the circle and the distance from the center to the origin

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