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Two circles 2017-08-13
From Ladines:
Find the equation of the circle passing through points of intersections of circles x+y=4y and x+y=2x and the center is on line y=2
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two overlapping circles 2013-05-22
From Alexandra:
There are two overlapping circles. The two non-overlapping regions have areas A and B. As the area of overlap changes, the values of A and B also change. Prove that no matter how big and small the overlap is, the difference between A and B is always the same.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two congruent circles in a rectangle 2012-10-20
From Alexander:
Have you ever solved a problem, in which you have a rectangle, from which you need to cut the largest two circles of equivalent diameter? I bisected a rectangle diagonally, but the circles, while tangent to two of the sides, are not tangent to eachother. Can you devise a method for two equivalent circles, that are tangent to two sides, are also to eachother?

Take for example a piece of paper, Each if the two largest circles has a diameter that is greater than the distance to the midpoint of the diagonal bisector of the rectangle.

Answered by Chris Fisher.
A common chord to two circles 2012-04-22
From Nicole:
What is a common chord between two circles and how is it found in the problem: Two circles intersect and have a common chord, the radii of the circles are 13 and 15, the distance between the circle's centers is 14, find the common chord.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two circles 2012-02-08
From crisfe:
find the point where the common cord of the circles x2+y2=25, x2+y2-12x-6y+35=0 process there line centers. what point they intercepts?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two overlapping circles 2010-04-12
From Scott:
There are two circles, big circle with radius R and small one with radius r. They intersect and overlap in such a way that the common area formed is 1/2 pi r^2 (half the area of the small circle). The Question is: suppose we have known the radius r of the small circle, and the distance between the two circle centers, what should the radius R of the large circle be?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
Two circles 2009-08-03
From Karan:
We are given 2 circles with radii 12cm and 3 cm. We have to find AB
Answered by Penny Nom.
The region between two circles 2008-09-24
From Carol:
Good day! Here is a picture of the problem that we need to solve. (I send the picture through e-mail.) A small circle is inside a larger circle, the only given in the problem is the chord of the larger circle tangent to the smaller circle which measures 16cm. The question is, what is the area of the shaded region? Can you answer this question? Thanks! :)
Answered by Harley Weston.
A tangent to two circles 2008-04-13
From erson:
find the length of the tangent segment AB to two circles whose radii are a and b respectively, when the circles touch each other.

the illustration looks like this...hope you'll understand... there are 2 circles - one is big one is small. they touch each other. and there is this irregular 4 sided polygon that connects them...there is a line that connects them from their center point and another from the tip of the circles...and that's it...i cannot explain very well please bear with me

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Constructing a tangent to two circles 2002-11-28
From Tom:
I have two circles, different sizes a known distance from each other. We know the radii of the circles. How do I construct a line that is tangent to both circles relative to the segment that connects the centers of both circles?
Answered by Chris Fisher and Penny Nom.
 
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