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How many points are shared by concentric circles? a. 0 b. 1 c. 2 d. infinite points

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do you know what concentric means..?
Concentric objects share the same center, axis or origin with one inside the other. Concentric do not share any points as long as their radius is different (in which case they are identical, as in share all points).
so the answer would be d? @robert4

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yes i need help @Lunalovegood
ok :)
it says thats wrong
where does it say that they have the same radius?
it doesn't
that is the peril of taking an answer to a question you don't understand try replying to campbell_st's question
It mean to have a common center point, or axis
ok so draw two (differently sized) concentric circles on a piece of paper. how many places to they cross each other
0
no why
so really there are two answers, depending on whether the two circles have the same radius

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