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MadAsAdam

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2) Find the center and radius of the equation: X(squared)-12x+y(squared)+14y+4=0

3) Find the intersection point(s) of the equations:

5x+6y=30

x(squared)+y(squared)=25

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MadAsAdam

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2) Find the center and radius of the equation: X(squared)-12x+y(squared)+14y+4=0

3) Find the intersection point(s) of the equations:

5x+6y=30

x(squared)+y(squared)=25

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Pere Callahan

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What is the question, what have you tried so far?

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MadAsAdam

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What is the question, what have you tried so far?

Alright i solved 1 of them. Now i still need to know...

1) Quadrillateral ABCD is circumscribed about circle O. AB=7, BC=11 DC=8. Find AD.

and

2)Find the intersection point(s) of the equations:

5x+6y=30

x^2+y^2=25

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MadAsAdam

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and

2)Find the intersection point(s) of the equations:

5x+6y=30

x^2+y^2=25

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exk

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2) try sketching the graphs. Both equations are of specific type so you will see the answer

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Pere Callahan

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Pere Callahan

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Can someone please merge these threads und move them to the homework section?

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