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Two tangent circles 2016-11-27
From mikee:
find the equation of a circle tangent to the circle x2+y2=4 and with the center at (0,5)
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two circles that touch each other externally 2014-04-08
From Ameya:
Two circles of radii a and b (a > b) touch each other externally. ST is a common tangent touching the circles at S and T respectively, then ST^2 is equal to
Answered by Chris Fisher.
Four tangent circles 2013-10-09
From Nilesh:
Four circular cardboard pieces, each of radius 7cm are placed in such a way that each piece touches two other pieces. How to find the area of the space enclosed by the four pieces?
Please let me know.

Answered by Robert Dawson.
Four tangent circles 2012-10-04
From renu:
inside of a circle K of radius length measure R,three circular discs A,Band C each of radius r are placed so that each touches the other two and K . express R in terms of r. in the space between K, A and B , another circular disc D is placed which just touches K, A and B. if the radius is s, show that (6+root3)s=(2+root3)r
Answered by Penny Nom.
One central circle and three tangent circles 2011-10-16
From Margaret:
You have one central circle and three or more circles tangent to the outside of the circle of varying radii. You know the x,y coordinates of the centers of the other circles. If you now remove that central circle (and pretend you never knew where it was), can you calculate its center in x,y coordinates?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
Three tangent circles 2011-08-21
From maribie:
three discs are tangent externally distances between their centers are 23cm, 15cm, and 20cm. find their radii.t
Answered by Penny Nom.
Three tangent circles 2011-08-19
From hanniel:
two coin are tangent to a third coin internally and are tangent to each other externally. The distance between their centers are 14 mm, 17mm, and 5mm. find their radii
Answered by Penny Nom.
Three tangent circles 2011-05-01
From mark:
Three circles of radii 24 cm, 32 cm, and 42 cm are externally tangent to each other (each is tangent to the other two). Draw a diagram and using the Law of Cosines find the largest angle of the triangle formed by joining their centres.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two tangent circles 2011-02-09
From xhesika(jessica):
Two circles of radius 10 are tangent to each other.A tangent is drawn from the centre of one of the circles to the second circle.To the nearest integer find the area of the shaded region.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Three circles 2009-10-02
From Brandon:
There is a quarter circle with a radius of 1. along one eged of it, there is a semi-circl with a diameter of 1, and its center is on the drawn line. there is another semi-circle again with the center on the other drawn line, and this one has an unknown diameter of X. both circles are internally tangent, and are tangent to each other. Find X.
Answered by Robert Dawson and Chris Fisher.
Two tangent circles 2009-01-23
From Murtaza:
Two circles touch externally at T. A chord of the first circle XY is produced and touches the other at Z. The chord ZT of the second circle, when produced, cuts the first circle at W. Prove that angle XTW = angle YTZ.
Answered by Robert Dawson and Chris Fisher.
Two tangent circles 2008-08-22
From Michele:
A circle of radius 2 is externally tangent to a circle of radius 8, How do you find the length of their common tangent.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Area of triangle formed by three tangent circles 2008-07-31
From brian:
Three circles with radii 3,4 and 5 touch each other. The circles are tangent to each other. What is the area of the triangle formed by the centers of the circles?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Four tangent circles 2005-12-06
From Ananth:

I have one bigger circle A with radius 15.

Inside this bigger circle i have another circle B with radius 3 which touch this bigger circle. Have another circle C with radius 4 which touches A and B. I would like to draw a biggest circle which touches A,B and C.


Answered by Chris Fisher.
 
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