Posted by **math** on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 3:54pm.

okay so the question is:

A unit circle center at the origin undergoes a series of transformations. The equation of the resulting graph is (x-3)^2+ (y+4)^2= 25 describe the transformation the unit circle underwnt

Answer:

The original circle was centered at the origin and had radius 1

The new circle is centered at (3,-4)and has radius 5.

The unit circle was moved 3 units to the right and 4 units down,and dilated (enlarged) by a factor of 5.

is this right????

Correct.

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