In this tutorial, we learn how to graph a circle. When given an equation to graph the circle, you will first need to find the vertex of the circle. Once you find this, you can use those coordinates to mark the vertex on the graph. Follow the negatives and positives to go up, down, left, and right on the graph. Next, you will need to find the 'r' value of the equation. After this, you will use this to continue to graph the rest of the points around the vertex. When finished, draw the outline of the circle around it and you're done!
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