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Abdullah Qureshi
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how to circle a equation in a straight line
y= 2x-1
y = x^2+ 2
x –y = 1
x = y + 5
y = – x^2 + 5
pls help me
y= 2x-1
y = x^2+ 2
x –y = 1
x = y + 5
y = – x^2 + 5
pls help me
Can you without the graphskeeter said:You’ve posted the equations for three lines and two parabolas.
I have no idea what you are asking with regard to a circle.
Please translate the original problem to English and post it.
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I don't understand what "to circle an equation in a straight line".Abdullah Qureshi said:how to circle a equation in a straight line
This is the equation of a straight line.y= 2x-1
This is the equation of a parabola.y = x^2+ 2
This is the equation of a straight line.x –y = 1
This is the equation of a straight line.x = y + 5
This is the equation of a parabola.y = – x^2 + 5
There are NO circles.pls help me
Without making a graph. It can be use as simple way like trigonometryskeeter said:Do what?
A circle equation in a straight line is a mathematical representation of a circle on a Cartesian coordinate system. It is in the form of (x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2, where (h,k) represents the center of the circle and r represents the radius.
To graph a circle equation in a straight line, first plot the center point (h,k) on the coordinate plane. Then, use the radius r to plot points on the circle. Connect the points to form a smooth curve, which will be the circle.
No, a circle equation in a straight line cannot have a negative radius. The radius represents the distance from the center of the circle to any point on the circle, so it must be a positive value.
A circle equation in a straight line is different from a regular circle equation because it is in the form of (x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2, while a regular circle equation is in the form of x^2 + y^2 = r^2. The difference is that a circle equation in a straight line is centered at a point (h,k) instead of the origin (0,0).
A circle equation in a straight line has many applications in real life, such as in engineering, architecture, and physics. It is used to represent circular objects or motions, such as wheels, gears, orbits, and circular paths. It also has practical uses in calculating distances, areas, and volumes.