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3 circles in a rectangle (Posted on 2023-03-16) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Given a rectangle ABCD: AB=6, BC (the larger side) not disclosed. In this rectangle 3 circles are inscribed such that the biggest is touching sides BC & CD and AD, the smallest of (diameter =3 ) touches sides AB & BC and between those two a 3rd one (diameter =4) is touching both two others and the side AD.

Evaluate the area of the rectangle.

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AnswerK Sengupta2023-03-16 23:23:36
solnSteven Lord2023-03-16 18:34:33
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