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Solution: Find the other end of the diameter through (-1, -3)

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Find the other end of the diameter through (-1, -3)

Problem Statement: EE Board April 1997

The center of a circle is at (1, 1) and one point on its circumference is (-1, -3). Find the other end of the diameter through (-1, -3).

Problem Answer:

The other end of the diameter is P(3, 5).

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Solution: Find the other end of the diameter through (-1, -3)

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