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## plot of circle

Sir I have ploted a circle with centre (a,b) and radius r. Also i can check location of any point(m,n). Now i want see that particular point (m,n) on same graph so that i can see that point(m,n) whether it is inside or outside or on the circle. I have attached my work of circle. Please help. Thanks. Regards Supriyo

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## Re: plot of circle

You need to add another plot to your graph.  Make sure the settings for this plot are such that the point has a style that is visible.  Look at the example for XY graphs in the example finder to find out the way to bundle the new plot together with the current plot of data you have to display it on that graph.

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## Re: plot of circle

@supriyasenapati wrote:

Sir I have ploted a circle with centre (a,b) and radius r. Also i can check location of any point(m,n). Now i want see that particular point (m,n) on same graph so that i can see that point(m,n) whether it is inside or outside or on the circle. I have attached my work of circle. Please help. Thanks. Regards Supriyo

You are doing way too much.

• Don't draw N point if they are all in the same plece. One point is enough.
• Don't maximise the front panel to the screen, that's annoying.
• Try complex numbers instead for the calculation. Much simpler!

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## Re: plot of circle

@altenbach wrote:
Try complex numbers instead for the calculation. Much simpler!

Here's an example of using complex number. Try to understand it. 😉

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