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Tangent to two circles
Posted 22 May 2013 - 11:26 PM
Two circles are drawn with five inches between the centers. A line is drawn tangent to the bottom of one circle and the top of the other. The circumference of one circle is 6.28 inches. The area of the other circle is 12.56 inches squared, Angle x is formed by the tangent line and the line between the centers. Determine angle x. (assume that pi = 3.14)
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