### Secondary 4 Prelim A Math Practice Papers (Equations of Circles)

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First thing to do, is to know how to find radius and center of a circle. Then the rest is trying to visualise what the questions want from you. It is a good practice to have a sketch as well to see the spatial arrangement of the circle to see where things line up.