A-Math: General Equation of Circle - Linked to Completing Square

In the previous post, I have discussed the standard equation of circle which is derived from distance formula.

The other equation of circle is known as General.

Example

You notice in the step by step solution, the general equation is converted into a standard equation through the following steps:

1. Arrange all x terms and y terms together
2. Start completing square
3. Simplify all constants
4. Set equation into standard equation of circle

General Equation to Standard Equation of Circle

Radius = 5 and Centre of circe = (4, 1)

I hope you have a better understanding on equation of circle.

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One Response to A-Math: General Equation of Circle - Linked to Completing Square

1. rao thair says:

thanks a lot.i think its a good thing for math students