#### Answer

Center: $(-4, -5)$
Radius = $6$ units

#### Work Step by Step

RECALL:
The standard form of the equation of a circle with a center at $(h,k)$ and a radius of $r$ units is:
$(x−h)^2+(y−k)^2=r^2$
The given equation can be written as $(x+4)^2+(y+5)^2=6^2$.
This is the same form as the standard equation above, so its center must be at the point $(-4, -5)$ and its radius must be $6$.
Thus, the circle has:
center: $(-4, -5)$
radius = $6$ units
To graph the equation, do the following steps:
(1) Plot the center $(-4, -5)$, and then locate the points 6 units to the left, to the right, above, and below the circle's center.
These points are:
$(-10, -5)
\\(2, -5)
\\(-4, 1)
\\(-4, -11)$
(ii) Connect the four points (excluding the center) together using a curve to form a circle.
(Please refer to the attached image in the answer part above.)