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In the figure above, the circle with center O has diameter 10 and the circle with center P has diameter 6. If the two circles are tangent to each other, what is the length of the segment OP?

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In the figure above, the circle with center O has diameter 10 and the circle with center P has diameter 6. If the two circles are tangent to each other, what is the length of the segment OP?

In the figure above, the circle with center O has diameter 10 and the circle with center P has diameter 6. If the two circles are tangent to each other, what is the length of the segment OP?

(A) 8 (B) 10 (C) 12 (D) 16 (E) 20

We see that the radius of circle O is 5 and the radius of circle P is 3; thus, the length of segment OP is 8.

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In the figure above, the circle with center O has diameter 10 and the circle with center P has diameter 6. If the two circles are tangent to each other, what is the length of the segment OP?

In the figure above, the circle with center O has diameter 10 and the circle with center P has diameter 6. If the two circles are tangent to each other, what is the length of the segment OP?