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OpenStudy (yttrium):

\[(x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = h^2\] Anyone can give me a technique?

OpenStudy (cggurumanjunath):

do u have any idea ?

OpenStudy (yttrium):

Is isolation of arbitrary constants a possible step?

OpenStudy (cggurumanjunath):

yes can u show me your steps ?

OpenStudy (yttrium):

You sure? I was using that earlier but I was just stuck.

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OpenStudy (cggurumanjunath):

its ok just show me how you have gone ahead with the problems(steps).

OpenStudy (yttrium):

I just differentiated the equation implicitly. That's actually my first step.

OpenStudy (cggurumanjunath):

ok.

OpenStudy (yttrium):

Is it right?

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