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Two circles with radius R and r are tangent to each other. If L tangent two circles at M and N point, in terms of R and r, what is the value of MN?
A R+r
B R*r
C (R*r)^1/2
D 2(R*r)^1/2
E (R^2*r^2)^1/2

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Re: PS - Circling [#permalink]

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New post 19 Mar 2009, 06:50
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Distance btw the center of circles = R+r

difference of length between radius = R-r

Please have a look on diagram. Traingale formed by joining the center of circles is right angle triangle.
MN^2 = (R+r)^2 - (R-R)^2
=2(Rr)^1/2



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Two circles with radius R and r are tangent to each other. If L tangent two circles at M and N point, in terms of R and r, what is the value of MN?
A R+r
B R*r
C (R*r)^1/2
D 2(R*r)^1/2
E (R^2*r^2)^1/2

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New post 19 Mar 2009, 10:21
thank you, excellent.

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