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Mathematicians like to define things before they start talking about them. This is a good idea in other areas of life too. Ever brought a cake pan to a baseball game because you heard there would be a batter?

Given a point O and a distance r, the circle with center O and radius r is the set of all points in a plane that are exactly r units away from O. Easy enough, right?

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