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It is geometry.
In a isosceles triangle is i nscribed a circle. Three more circles are inscribed in that triangle so that every circle touches the big circle exactly at one point and the two sides of the triangle exactly at one point. So the problem is how to set the ration between the surface of the big circle and the sum of surface of the three smaller circles inscribed in that triangle.
Thankyou for your help.
In a isosceles triangle is i nscribed a circle. Three more circles are inscribed in that triangle so that every circle touches the big circle exactly at one point and the two sides of the triangle exactly at one point. So the problem is how to set the ration between the surface of the big circle and the sum of surface of the three smaller circles inscribed in that triangle.
Thankyou for your help.
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