Evaluate the circle equation (x - 2)

This circle equation is in standard form: (x - h)

From the standard form of a circle, we have h = -1 * -2 = 2

From the standard form of a circle, we have k = -1 * +5 = -5

Therefore, our circle has a center (h, k) = (2, -5)

Therefore, we have r

r = ±√81

Since a radius is always positive, we have r =

Expanding the standard form, we get the general form of x

Expanding the standard form, we get the general form of x

x

Combining our constants, we have our general form of a circle equation below:

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