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I am trying to plot a circle with radius= 190 km, and the centre of circle is (2.55, 101.46)both are in degree. If I have to change in km also are become like this (283.87, 11295.0345)km. The question is how can I determine the centre of circle by symbol? and the sketch has been attached here would be useful because I do not know how to plot like this? Could you please help me?
radius = 190; centerX = 2.55; centerY = 101.46; rectangle('Position',[centerX, centerY, radius, radius],... 'Curvature',[1,1],... 'FaceColor','w'); axis square;
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I don't know what "determine the centre of circle by symbol" means, but I can tell you from the code that the center of the circle is at (x, y)=(2.55, 101.46) but I don't know what you mean when you say "both are by degree". What does a pair of degrees mean? Aren't x and y in km? How are they in degrees? What does that mean?