Here you'll be shown how to take the equation of a circle, and convert it into standard form. Also, it will be explained just what standard form is, while running through the process of conversion. You'll be able to use techniques to quickly work off the numbers on the equation, one by one, until it's simplified enough to understand. Complicated algebra functions become much simpler when you see these easy to use techniques, that will help you rearrange the equation into a form that is actually workable. By the end you'll easily be able to figure the center, and the radius of the circle, just by working through the equation.
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