Can anyone explain me how to find a point on circumference. The data i have is radius and the coordinates of circle center. I tried to get it by using (x-a)^2+(y-b)^2= r^2 formula but i get stuck. I'm not asking for solution but for explanation.

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Jump to PostCan anyone explain me how to find a point on circumference. The data i have is radius and the coordinates of circle center. I tried to get it by using (x-a)^2+(y-b)^2= r^2 formula but i get stuck. I'm not asking for solution but for explanation.

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`( cos(x) , sin(x) ) 0<= x <= 2*pi`

All other circle are a variation of that. Since your circle is of radius r, every point on the circumference of you circle can be represented by the above equation with just a …

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