# CircleThrough

CircleThrough[{p1,p2,}]

represents a circle passing through the points pi.

CircleThrough[{p1,p2,},q]

represents a circle with center q.

CircleThrough[{p1,p2,},q,r]

represents a circle with radius r.

# Details # Examples

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## Basic Examples(2)

A circle passing through three points:

ArcLength of an circle passing through a set of points:

## Scope(3)

CircleThrough works on lists of coordinates:

A circle passing through a list of points with a given center and radius:

CircleThrough works in GeometricScene:

## Applications(1)

Visualize the circle passing through three points:

## Properties & Relations(5)

CircleThrough returns a Circle:

Use RegionMember to test point membership:

Use RegionFit to find a circle that fits a set of points:

The circle passing the first 3 points:

Use CirclePoints to generate equally spaced points on the unit circle:

The unit circle:

Use CircleThrough to specify hypotheses in GeometricScene:

## Possible Issues(1)

CircleThrough returns unevaluated if the points are not explicit: