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CC & ET Expanded (Posted on 2018-12-29) Difficulty: 3 of 5

See the problem as posed originally here.

Triangle T has area A and sides of length a,b, and c.

Given 3 concentric circles of radius a,b,c, respectively, find the areas of the largest and smallest equilateral triangles with a vertex on each circle in terms of the given variables.

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