atalpanditgmat wrote:
The radii of two circles are 2 inches and 4 inches, respectively. What is the distance between their centres?
(1) The two circles touch internally.
(2) The centre of the larger circle lies on the smaller circle.
Guys if possible illustrate graphically...
Thanks
The wording is not perfect, but anyway... Both statements basically imply the same case:
Attachment:
Circles.png
Hope it helps.
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