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posted by Hannah
Find the center and the radius of the circle which (6,2) and (4,4)are endpoints of a diameter.
Please help!

bobpursley
first, the diameter: use the distance formula.
second, the center: xcenter= 6+4 /2=2
ycenter= 2+4 /2= 1 
Hannah
So for the diameter I got 136. This that right?
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