Calculus: Can anyone explain how to solve this? (Or link a video or website that will... I've got a final in like 30 minutes -_-)
Find the smallest possible area of an isosceles triangle that is circumscribed about a circle of radius r.
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Thanks for your response @agent0smith, but the circle is inside the triangle >_< lol

im pretty sure smallest area would be an equilateral triangle
in whic case :
Area = 3sqrt3 r^2

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