Four Sets of Five Circles

sets of five circles

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2 Responses to Four Sets of Five Circles

  1. ejohn152 says:

    I’m tempted to calculate the area of a selected region. I’m thinking that calculus may

    provide a more expedient procedure; I’m thinking polar coords. and iterated integrals. I’m assuming the ctr. of one is on the locus of an adjacent. Copy that?


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    • The centers of the circles are at each of the the vertices of two concentric regular pentagons — one large, and one small. Also, each of these vertices is the center of two circles of different sizes.


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