Given the centre of circle (x1, y1) and its radius r, find the equation of the circle having centre (x1, y1) and having radius r.
Input : x1 = 2, y1 = -3, r = 8
Output : x^2 + y^2 – 4*x + 6*y = 51.
Input : x1 = 0, y1 = 0, r = 2
Output : x^2 + y^2 – 0*x + 0*y = 4.
Given the centre of circle (x1, y1) and its radius r, we have to find the equation of the circle having centre (x1, y1) and having radius r.
the equation of circle having centre (x1, y1) and having radius r is given by :-
on expanding above equation
on arranging above we get
Below is the implemetation of above approach:
# Python3 program to find the
# equation of circle.
# Function to find the
# equation of circle
def circle_equation(x1, y1, r):
a = -2 * x1;
b = -2 * y1;
c = (r * r) – (x1 * x1) – (y1 * y1);
# Printing result
print(“x^2 + (“, a, “x) + “, end = “”);
print(“y^2 + (“, b, “y) = “, end = “”);
# Driver code
x1 = 2;
y1 = -3;
r = 8;
circle_equation(x1, y1, r);
# This code is contributed
# by mits
x^2 + (-4 x) + y^2 + (6 y) = 51.
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