I am having trouble doing exactly what the title says. I have two points and the arc length between them (this is a bending beam type of a situation). Essentially I know where the ends of the beam are and how long the bent beam is and I need to get the equation of the circle. And yes I realize there would be two distinct solutions depending on positive of negative curvature. Any help would be amazing, thanks!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Define Circle Knowing Two Points and ARC LENGTH Only.

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