A circle is a shape consisting of all points in a plane that are at a given distance from a given point, the centre; equivalently it is the curve traced out by a point that moves in a plane so that its distance from a given point is constant. The distance between any point of the circle and the centre is called the radius. This article is about circles in Euclidean geometry, and, in particular, the Euclidean plane, except where otherwise noted.
Specifically, a circle is a simple closed curve that divides the plane into two regions: an interior and an exterior. In everyday use, the term "circle" may be used interchangeably to refer to either the boundary of the figure, or to the whole figure including its interior; in strict technical usage, the circle is only the boundary and the whole figure is called a disc.
A circle may also be defined as a special kind of ellipse in which the two foci are coincident and the eccentricity is 0, or the two-dimensional shape enclosing the most area per unit perimeter squared, using calculus of variations.
(a) The hint from question is to used geometrical argument. From the graph, I can see ##r_1+r_2=c_2-c_1## but I doubt it will be usefule since the limit is ##\frac{r_2}{r_1} \rightarrow 1##, not in term of ##c##.
I also tried to calculate the limit directly (not using geometrical argument at...
For this problem,
The limiting position of R is (4,0). However, I am trying to solve this problem using a method that is different to the solutions. So far I have got,
##C_1: (x - 1)^2 + y^2 = 1##
##C_2: x^2 + y^2 = r^2##
To find the equation of PQ,
## P(0,r) ## and ##R(R,0) ##
## y =...
Consider a convex shape ##S## of positive area ##A## inside the unit square. Let ##a≤1## be the supremum of all subsets of the unit square that can be obtained as disjoint union of finitely many scaled and translated copies of ##S##.
Partition the square into ##n×n## smaller squares (see...
By measuring angle \theta from the positive ##x## axis counterclockwise as usual, I get ##d\vec{E}=k( (\lambda_2-\lambda_1)\cos(\theta)d\theta, (\lambda_2-\lambda_1)\sin(\theta)d\theta )## and by integrating from ##\theta=0## to ##\theta=\frac{\pi}{2}## I get...
Find the coordinates of all points
whose distance form (1,0) is $\sqrt{10}$
and whose distance is from (5.4) is $\sqrt{10}$
ok assume first we convert the info to (2) general eq of a circle
$(x-h)^2+(y-k)^2=r^2$
so we have
$(x-1)^2+(y-0)^2=10$ and $(x-4)^2+(y-4)^2=10$edit:took out tikz
Adam has a circle of radius $1$ centered at the origin.
- First, he draws $6$ segments from the origin to the boundary of the circle, which splits the upper (positive $y$) semicircle into $7$ equal pieces.
- Next, starting from each point where a segment hit the circle, he draws an...
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$\begin{array}{rl}
(x+4)^2+(y+11)^2&=169 \\
(x-9)^2+(y+5)^2&=100 \\
(x-4)^2+(y-5)^2&=25
\end{array}$
ok i solved this by a lot of steps and got (1,1) as the intersection of all 3 circles
these has got to be other options to this.
basically I expanded the...
Figure shows six identical circles inside a rectangle.
The radius of each circle is 24 cm. The radius of the circles is the greatest possible radius so that the circles fit inside the rectangle. The six circles form the pattern shown in Figure so that
• each circle touches at least two other...
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I am a philologist who is fond of mathematics, but who unfortunately has just an elementary high school knowledge of them. I am translating La leçon de Platon, by Dom Néroman (La Bégude de Mazenc, Arma Artis, 2002), which deals with music theory and mathematics in the works of...
Please Help.. I am struggling to answer this inspite of trying to re read theorems.. I couldn't answer anything.. if you can solve this please teach me the steps.
So i could answer them in the future..
Two concentric circles have radii x and y, where y > x. The area between the circles is at least 10 square units.
(a) Write a system of inequalities that describes the constraints on the circles.
What does the word CONSTRAINTS mean here?
(b) Identify the graph of the line in relation to...
Earlier today I realized that, when a strong gust of wind would blow through my area, it would pick up leaves off the ground and typically blow them in circular patterns, and typically the leaves would go in at least several complete circles before coming to rest back down on the ground. Why is...
Summary:: If a circle can be inscribed in a parallelogram how will the parallelogram change? Explain.
It is a 10th grade math question in case you want to know.
Summary:: Calculate the percentage of area remaining when a quarter-cirlce is deprived of 1 large circles and 2 smaller circles.
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I'm not sure if this is the right subforum for this question but it seemed to be the one that fit the best. Please consider the following diagram:
Before...
If i have two circles that say 24" apart from each other. one inside the other.
and i know the radius of the inside circel, how can i calculate the outside radius
A large cirlcle with radius 50 m contains a smaller circle with radius 7.4 m that is tangent to its surface internally. Is it possible to calculate what number of the small circle the larger circle can contain iside it in which all are tangent to its surface ... but without using trig. Functions
Middle point of (1,3)(2,4) is (1.5, 3.5)
r1 to r2 passing through (1.5, 3.5)
I cannot grasp on what should i do to find r1 and r2 from the line
Without graph*
studying with a friend there was the intersection of 3 circles problem which is in common usage
here is my overleaf output
I was wondering if this could be solved with a matrix in that it has squares in it
or is there a standard equation for finding the intersection of 3 circles given the...
So, say you got 4 circles intersecting this way:
Now, I am looking for two things:
A proof that each part of the circle which is in an intersection is 1/4 the size of the whole circle's circumference
The exact area of the non-shaded region.
Now, in my search to finding the answer to...
Say I have two identical circles, both of radii of one, overlapping, as shown in the diagram below:
In this diagram, x is the circumference of the circles, and the bit of the bottom circle which is drawn blue (the overlapping bit) is 1/6th of the whole circumference.
What I'm looking for is...
As I was flipping through pages of my analytic geometry book from high school, in circle section I stumbled across the formula of "family of circles intersecting at two points" with two circles (##x^2 + y^2 + D_1 x + E_1 y + F_1 = 0## , ##x^2 + y^2 + D_2 x + E_2 y + F_2 = 0##) known to intersect...
A circle is inscribed in a square with sides = 40.
A smaller (of course!) circle tangent to the above
circle and 2 sides of the square is inscribed in
one of the corners of the square.
What is the diameter of this circle?
Well I was thinking everything is moving in circle or ellipse, is universe also in such motion? If so it may be moving on a different dimension fourth one maybe on time, where time would be a physical quantity, a closed loop on which universe is revolving and repeating every single point as we...
Latest buzzwords include "functional programming" and "stateless." What's funny is these are not new, just a reversion from OOP back to procedural programming the way you write code in C. Create objects that are just value bags with no behavior and write functions that modify the values.
Or...
Mentor note: Moved from a technical math section.
What is the proof that the family of circles out of two non-intersecting circles, no two circles in that family intersect.
Say S1 = x^2 + y^2 - 8x + 7 = 0 (i.e center at (4,0) and radius = 3 )
S2 = x^2 + y^2 - 24x + 135 = 0 ( i.e center...
Homework Statement
The two components of a double star are observed to move in circles of radii ##r_1## and ##r_2##. What is the ratio of their masses? (Hint: Write down their accelerations in terms of the angular velocity of rotation ##\omega##)
Homework Equations
##m\ddot{\vec{x}}=...
Homework Statement
OK, I am new to these kinds of problems and I am trying to learn the appropriate properties but they are proving somewhat difficult for me... I hope I am going in the right direction.
Homework Equations
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The first problem corresponds to the figure with 'Rep' in the...
In deciding which shape of ring I should use to secure an anchor to an anchor trolley I came across two choices, a circular ring or a triangular ring. While either will surely work, I began to wonder which would be more difficult to pull apart. Most of the information I found is about forces...
ylet x = Asinx, y = Acosx, apparently x^2 + y^2 = A^2 so this combination goes in circles. wot?
creating waves in a pool 90 degrees off and out of phase by 90 will make it move in circles? I'm skeptical, anyone have a video of an experiment that demonstrates this?
Homework Statement
A jet pilot takes his aircraft in a vertical loop. V is 840 km/hr (233.3 m/s) find the min. radius of the loop to that the centripetal acceleration at the bottom does not exceed 6 Gs.
Homework Equations
a = v^2 / r
F = ma
The Attempt at a Solution
I don't know where to...
Homework Statement
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
My initial thought was to set the two equations equal to each other but the resulting equation is linear which gives a constant for a Newton iteration. I thought about Taylor's theorem in 2-d but I'm not so sure about that as far...
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I can not seem to get the right formulas to finish this question.
I keep on beating my head against a wall for hours now.
It just feels like I can not get the right formula to help me out...Is this some sort of trick question?
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Hopefully this is a challenging maths problem for someone. This problem is to compare the surface area of the 4 identical circles with the circle overlayed drawn in pencil.
The attached image shows 4 circles, each with diameter x.
To solve the problem, I need to calculate the maximum separation...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
y-y1 = m (x-x1) ---> line equation
$$ (x - a)^2 + (y-b)^2 = r^2 $$ ---> circle equationThe Attempt at a Solution
I tried to draw the triangles using, (1, 3) (2, 4) and (0, b)
(0, b) is the tangent point to y-axisand used those points for making...
So I am reading a calculus book, and went online to find explanations for why a circle is 1D.
Theres the explanations that say something about zooming in very close and seeing that it's indistinguishable from a Real line.
Or you can specify any point on it with only one variable
Or if there was...
I want to create a plate of distinct circles on Matlab where their radii are generated by randn(1,p) and centers are random. I am currently doing the circles using viscircles, but some of them are overlapping, and since I want approximately 100 ones, this problem only gets worse.
How can I make...
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I am trying to draw circles at the end points of a line but circle centre is not exactly on the end point of the line. Can somebody please guide me.
import java.applet.Applet;
import java.awt.*;
import javax.swing.*;
public class JCircle extends Applet{
int x1=30;
int y1=30...
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I'm trying to rotate 2 different plotted circles in matlab, which have the Jet colourmap.
Colormap has the Spinmap function, but when I use it, it only spins the Jet colormap in 1 circle, leaving out the other.
I would like to spin the Jet colormap in2 different circles in opposite...
Good Morning everybody. I hope that this thread is of interest.
I am a retired architect with an interest in Mathematics.
My picture shows a view of The London Eye.
We know that it views as an ellipse but the major axis (drawn), clearly is not at right angles to the axis of the wheel and if you...
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I have this program where you run the JApplet and it makes circles at random. When you click the "Generate" button, it makes another set of random circles. The problem is, it overlaps the previous set of circles. I want the program to get rid of the previous set and I can't figure out...
Homework Statement
What is the next radius outwards of this Apollonian gasket?
R = radius of outer circle = 5
r1 = radius of largest inner circle = 3
r2 = radius of second largest inner circle = 1
a = unknown radius
Homework Equations
C = 2πr
A = πr2
d = 2r
The Attempt at a Solution
Make a...
3. A(a,b), B(-a,-b), and C is plane XOY. P moves along with curve C. If the multiplication product of PA's and PB's gradients are always k, C is a circle only if k = ...?
4. The radius of a circle which meets X-axis at (6,0) and meets the curve y=\sqrt{3x} at one point is ...
5. A circle meets...