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HideShow timer Statistics In the figure above, circles A and B are tangent. The circumference of circle A is $$6\pi$$, and the circumference of circle B is $$4\pi$$. If point Plies on circle A and point Q lies on circle B, what is the greatest possible distance between points P and Q?

A. 5

B. $$5\sqrt{2}$$

C. 10

D. $$5\pi$$

E. $$10\pi$$

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Bunuel wrote: In the figure above, circles A and B are tangent. The circumference of circle A is $$6\pi$$, and the circumference of circle B is $$4\pi$$. If point Plies on circle A and point Q lies on circle B, what is the greatest possible distance between points P and Q?

A. 5

B. $$5\sqrt{2}$$

C. 10

D. $$5\pi$$

E. $$10\pi$$

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Bunuel wrote: In the figure above, circles A and B are tangent. The circumference of circle A is $$6\pi$$, and the circumference of circle B is $$4\pi$$. If point Plies on circle A and point Q lies on circle B, what is the greatest possible distance between points P and Q?

A. 5

B. $$5\sqrt{2}$$

C. 10

D. $$5\pi$$

E. $$10\pi$$

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Greatest possible distance between P and Q = Diameter of Circle A + Diameter of Circle B = 6+4 = 10

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