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6 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Two intersecting tubes 2018-08-15 From Tommy:Hi, I am trying to determine a mathematical model for two metal tubes joining at various degrees for weld. For instance, if I am trying to join the end of a tube to the side of another at a 90 degree angle, it will be a simple profile cut out of the joining tube. Where it gets tricky is if you want to join the new tube at a given angle. It would be very helpful if you could give insight as to how I can solve this problem or an equation I could work off of. Thanks for the help!!Answered by Edward Doolittle.     A family of circles 2011-03-01 From steffi:Find the equation of the family of the circle passing through the the point of intersection of x^2+ y^2 -4x-28=0 and x^2 +y^2 -4x-20+52=0; the member tangent to x=7.Answered by Penny Nom.     Intersecting polygons 2010-11-17 From Laura:How can I estimate the amount of intersection (area or better a normalized number) between two polygons if I have the cartesian coordinates of their vertices? Thank you in advance, regards, LauraAnswered by Robert Dawson.     The acute angle formed by intersecting lines 2009-12-17 From Katie:To the nearest tenth of a degree, find the size of the acute angle formed by the intersecting lines 3x + 2y = 12 and x - 2y = -2. Was is necessary to find the intersection point?Answered by Robert Dawson.     Two intersecting circles 2008-04-17 From Muhammad:Hi, how can we find the perimeter and area of the region common to two intersecting circles of radii 6 cm and 4 cm with centers 7 cm apart.Answered by Harley Weston.     Two intersecting lines 2004-12-18 From James:Imagine a vertical line 1.107' tall. Leaving the top of this line, sloping down to the right at a 4:1, at what horizontal distance will the line strike a second line, which leaves the the bottom of the vertical line sloping down to the right at a rate of .02 ft/ft (or 2%)? There is a fairly easy solution to this, but I have lost my notes! Answered by Harley Weston.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français