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5. On the axes provided, draw a picture of a graph which has symmetry with respect to (a) the -axis, (b)
the -axis, (c) the origin. Note: the graphs provided are not the only correct solutions possible; many
graphs will exhibit the desired properties. (a) Math 1200 Exam I (Form A) Solutions – Fall 2012 (b) (c)
6. Given the circle , find (a) the center and (b) the radius. (a) The standard form of the equation of a circle is
and is the radius. Hence the center is the point
(b) The radius i...
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