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# In the figure above, both circles have their centers at point O. Point

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In the figure above, both circles have their centers at point O. Point A lies on segment OB. If OA = 3 and AB = 2, what is the ratio of the circumference of the smaller circle to the circumference of the larger circle?

(A) 2/3
(B) 3/5
(C) 9/16
(D) 1/2
(E) 4/9

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14 Nov 2017, 23:50
b: 3/5

$$\frac{2\pi3}{2\pi5}$$
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