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Hexagonal Dilemma (Posted on 2004-06-02) Difficulty: 4 of 5
A hexagon with sides of length 2, 7, 2, 11, 7, 11 is inscribed in a circle. Find the radius of the circle.

As suggested, *if* it matters, you may assume that the sides listed are given in order

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  Subject Author Date
answerK Sengupta2007-07-29 09:37:47
SolutionGeometric solutionNick Hobson2005-06-13 14:13:25
No SubjectSteve Royer2004-06-04 21:41:39
re: here goesCharlie2004-06-04 21:13:03
Solutionhere goesSteve Royer2004-06-04 20:08:16
Solving the arccos equation.Brian Smith2004-06-04 08:46:20
Solutionpossible solutionSteve Royer2004-06-04 01:43:08
Another way; still not elegantLarry2004-06-03 23:48:56
re: No SubjectCharlie2004-06-03 08:04:28
Is there a more satisfying solution?Jer2004-06-03 07:25:54
re: How Simple is it?ThoughtProvoker2004-06-03 04:57:00
How Simple is it?Anthony2004-06-03 01:48:28
No SubjectGamer2004-06-02 22:27:10
re: Excel solutionAshley Ryan2004-06-02 19:02:55
SolutionExcel solutionCharlie2004-06-02 15:44:35
A first stepJer2004-06-02 14:29:04
re: quick questionSilverKnight2004-06-02 14:25:59
Questionquick questionDanny2004-06-02 14:24:12
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