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what is the area of the circle in terms of pi which circumcribes three circles with radius 1 cm

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Three circles having radius 1cm so by joining there centers we get equilateral triangle of 2cm so centre of circumcircle is 2sqrt3/3 distance from smaller circles centre. So radius of circumcircle=(1+2sqrt3/3) and hence area =pi*(7+4sqrt3/3)

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Pi*(7+4sqt3)/3

Pi*(7+4√3)/3

Mistake while posting it is now corrected

do you use descartes rule

Can you explain how you arrived at that result?

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TopNewestThree circles having radius 1cm so by joining there centers we get equilateral triangle of 2cm so centre of circumcircle is 2sqrt3/3 distance from smaller circles centre. So radius of circumcircle=(1+2sqrt3/3) and hence area =pi*(7+4sqrt3/3)

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Pi*(7+4sqt3)/3

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Pi*(7+4√3)/3

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Mistake while posting it is now corrected

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do you use descartes rule

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Can you explain how you arrived at that result?

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