Solve the
following problems dealing with equations of circles.
1. 
Convert this equation into centerradius form.
State the coordinates of the center of the circle and its
radius.



2. 
State the equation of a circle in general form which has a
center at (5, 3) and a radius of 9. 


3. 
Convert this equation into centerradius form.
State the coordinates of the center of the circle and its
radius. Graph.



4. 
Write the centerradius equation of a circle with
a center at (3, 6) and passes through the point (4, 8).



5. 
Write the general equation of a circle that is
tangent to the xaxis, with a center located at (4, 6).



6. 
Write the centerradius equation of the circle whose graph is
shown below.



7. 
Write the general form equation for the circle whose graph is shown
at the right.
List 6 points that lie on this circle.



