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## How do you draw a circle with coordinates?

**follow these steps:**

- Realize that the circle is centered at the origin (no h and v) and place this point there.
- Calculate the radius by solving for r. Set r-squared = 16. …
- Plot the radius points on the coordinate plane. …
- Connect the dots to graph the circle using a smooth, round curve.

## How do you input a circle in AutoCAD?

**Circles**

- Click on the Circle icon on the Ribbon Panel, as shown in the below image: OR. Type Circle or C on the command line and press Enter.
- Specify the center point of a circle on the workspace or viewport.
- Specify the radius of the circle. Or. …
- Press Enter.

## Can we draw a line and circle with 3 intersecting points?

Similar to Harald’s proof, draw in a radius from the center of the circle to each point where the line intersects the circle. … Clearly **we can’t have a third point of intersection** because there cannot be 3 distinct points along the line equidistant from C.

## How do you draw a circle with 3 points?

**Circle Touching 3 Points**

- Join up the points to form two lines.
- Construct the perpendicular bisector of one line.
- Construct the perpendicular bisector of the other line.
- Where they cross is the center of the circle.
- Place compass on the center point, adjust its length to reach any point, and draw your circle!

## What is circle command?

Creates a circle with a specified radius and tangent to two objects. … The program draws the circle of the specified radius whose tangent points are closest to the selected points.

## What are the AutoCAD commands?

Manage Workflow

Ctrl+A | Select all objects |
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Ctrl+V | Paste object |

Ctrl+Shift+C | Copy to clipboard with base point |

Ctrl+Shift+V | Paste data as block |

Ctrl+Z | Undo last action |

## What are the six different options for creating a circle?

To create circles, you can specify various combinations of **center, radius, diameter, points on the circumference, and points on other objects**.

## What is the default method to draw a circle?

The default method for drawing a circle is to **specify a center point and radius**.