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; Radius( <Conic> )
; Radius[Circle]: Returns the radius of the circle.
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:Returns the radius of a conic.
  
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:*Returns the radius of a circle c (e.g. c:(x - 1)² + (y - 1)² = 9) <code><nowiki>Radius(c)</nowiki></code> yields ''a = 3''.
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:*Returns the radius of a circle formula <code><nowiki>Radius((x - 2)² + (y - 2)² = 16)</nowiki></code> yields ''a = 4''.</div>}}

Latest revision as of 09:38, 11 October 2017


Radius( <Conic> )
Returns the radius of a conic.
Examples:
  • Returns the radius of a circle c (e.g. c:(x - 1)² + (y - 1)² = 9) Radius(c) yields a = 3.
  • Returns the radius of a circle formula Radius((x - 2)² + (y - 2)² = 16) yields a = 4.
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