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ok! let me think...

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I know the position of this point: |dw:1444416115829:dw|
You know it, on the drawn figure, but if you are drawing it yourself, you don't :/
I have this part solved, but I can't grasp it , surely, you will.
I think that the equation below can solve your proble, please note trhat \(R_1=x\) |dw:1444416517572:dw| so we can write this: \[{\left( {120 + x} \right)^2} = {160^2} + {\left( {x + 20} \right)^2}\] namely, I have applied the theorem of Pitagora
I got: \(x=580/11\)
and, using my formula above, I got \(R_2=160/7\)
Yeah, You got the right radius but in Engineering drawing, I can't write steps of getting them so , I'd be considered cheater
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I see, nevertheless when you go in laboratory, in order to manufacture your object, you have to provide to the worker the measures of the radiuses
Lab ? is this used in physics too ?
sorry, I meant in mechanical workshop
I think redraw this figures is just to prepare us to draw object parts
yes I think so!

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