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Homework Help: Trig/Math

Posted by Josh on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 7:01pm.

Find all the points having an x coordinate of 2 whose distance from the point (-1,-5) is 5.

so far i have
5=sqrt((-1-2)^2+(-2-y)^2)
5=(-3)^2

how do i simplify the rest of the equation so i can find x. do i foil it out? thanks.

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