In part I we saw what the equation of a circle looks like. In this article, we look at a few examples and show you how to recognise the following:

  • Identifying the coordinates of centre circle based on the given equation
  • Write the equation of the circle based on some given data

Find the radius and the coordinates of the center circle

Derive the equation of a circle given data about the circle

Distance between 2 points on a Graph
Algebra - Plotting a linear equation using the slope and y-intercept.