There is no expansion for x2 + y2
88 + 5y - y2 66 - 3y + y2 Subtract: 22 + 8y -2y2
(y2+13y+22)/(y+2) = (y+11)
25x2 - 10xy + y2 = (5x - y)2
This is not factor-able.
x2 + y2 = 2r2
4x-y2=2xy 2x ? y5 if its plus its 7 xy
yes that is correct
(y - 5)(y - 6)
Type your answer here. Find the radius for a circle with the equation x2 plus y2 equals 9? ..
It is the same as: 3y24x+y26x2 that is if y2 and 6x2 means y2 and 6x2 respectively
a2+b2+c2=x2+y2+z2 divide each side by 2 (a2+b2+c2)/2=(x2+y2+z2)/2 a+b+c=x+y+z
(y + 7)(y + 7)
(y + 5) (y + 2)
Using real numbers, you cannot.
I feel like there is something wrong with your question because subtracting y2 on both sides leaves you with 8y=0; then, y=0
If this is the equation of a circle, the answer is 11, except that there needs to be a plus sigb between the x2 and the y2