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Circles## Thank you for your prompt

I could not even understand what is being asked

https://gmatclub.com/forum/the-center-of-a-circle-is-5-2-5-7-is-outside-the-circle-189027.html

Possible values of r? One radius for a circle right?

## Here's my step-by-step

Here's my step-by-step solution: https://gmatclub.com/forum/the-center-of-a-circle-is-5-2-5-7-is-outside-...

Cheers,

Brent

## https://gmatclub.com/forum/a

I didn't draw out a figure like you did in the approach. The way I approached this was to determine if both x and y were points that were in Q2.

So statement 1 and 2 by itself were clearly insufficient. Combined, they still gave the information that both x and y could lie on the negative and positive sides on the plane.

Is this approach ok? Also, if the statements showed that x and y could be 0 (point of origin) and nothing more, then I'm guessing this doesn't count as it doesn't tell us if the line passes through Q2

## Question link: https:/

Question link: https://gmatclub.com/forum/a-circle-with-center-1-0-and-radius-2-lies-in...

That approach works.

Since the circle does not pass through the origin, x and y cannot both equal zero.

Cheers,

Brent

## But if the circle did pass

## The point (0,0) is not in any

The point (0,0) is not in any of the quadrants. That is, we cannot say that (0,0) is in Quadrant 2.

That said, I'm pretty sure the test-makers won't create a question that relies solely on that fact.

Cheers,

Brent

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