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Big circle with radius three, and there are three circles inside of the big one all tangent to each other, one with a radius of 2, another with a radius of 1, and I have to find the radius of the smallest triangle. HELP?!

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  1. anonymous
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    What class is this for? Pre-calc? I remember doing this but forgot.

  2. anonymous
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    yea precalc cant help?

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    got any ideas uzma?

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    let me figure out:)

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    thanks!

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    are the three circles inside the big one are tangent to the big circle too?

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    yes

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    ohhhh, this question looks interesting.... O_O i'll take a look after i get to work. :P

  9. anonymous
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    which triangle?

  10. anonymous
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    sorry i meant circle

  11. anonymous
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    so theres a large circle and three smaller ones inside and i have to find the radius of the smallest one

  12. anonymous
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    ok

  13. anonymous
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    you still there?

  14. anonymous
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    yup

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    i'm utterly lost....

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