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Topic: Chords of Concentric Circles
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Bill Schneider

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Chords of Concentric Circles
Posted: Mar 22, 1993 5:16 PM
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Ok.. here's a rough problem. If anyone can help me, please reply...

There are two concentric circles such that the radius of the smaller
plus the radius of the larger is 36. A chord of the larger circle is
trisected by the smaller; that is, it must pass through the smaller
circle. This chord is length 36 also. What is the radius of the large
circle?



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