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The points <math>3 \, \text{cm}</math> away from <math>P</math> can be represented as a circle with radius <math>3\,\text{cm}</math>. The maximum number of intersections between two circles is <math>\boxed{(\text{B}) \; 2}</math> | The points <math>3 \, \text{cm}</math> away from <math>P</math> can be represented as a circle with radius <math>3\,\text{cm}</math>. The maximum number of intersections between two circles is <math>\boxed{(\text{B}) \; 2}</math> | ||
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Problem
Point is outside circle on the plane. At most how many points on are from ?
Solution
The points away from can be represented as a circle with radius . The maximum number of intersections between two circles is
See Also
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