Step 1: Note down the given  circle equation

            EXAMPLE: (x -2)^2 + (y + 1)^2 = \frac{169}{4}

Step 2: Convert the given equation in to standard form

            NOTE: Make sure the terms with x^2 and y^2 are on

            the left side of the equation and the constant is on the right.

           EXAMPLE: [math](x-2)^2+\left[y-\left(-1\right)\right]^2=\frac{169}{4}[/math]

Step 2: Compare the given equation with the Standard form of circle.

          EXAMPLE: [math](x-2)^2+\left[y-\left(-1\right)\right]^2=\frac{169}{4}[/math]  Compare it with

               (x - h)^2 + (y - k)^2 = r^2

          Where center  (h, k) and radius r  

Step 3: Identify the r, h and k values.

            NOTE: r- radius

                        h is x-coordinate

                        k is y- coordinate of the center.

          EXAMPLE; (h, k) = (2, -1), r = \frac{168}{4}

Step 4: Plot the center on the graph

            NOTE: Represent the points on the graph sheet

Step 5: Take the length of the radius and draw a circle

            NOTE: Use the compass to draw a circle in the graph sheet.