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Orthogonal Circle (Posted on 2008-05-25) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Let three circles be located such that their centers are non-collinear.

Construct a fourth circle that is orthogonal to each of the three circles.

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re: What is geometric construction? Comment 4 of 4 |
(In reply to What is geometric construction? by Dej Mar)

To answer the question in the subject line, a geometric construction traditionally is limited to use of straightedge and compass.  It's not numerical or algebraic (i.e., not Cartesian, but rather, Euclidean).
  Posted by Charlie on 2008-05-26 12:56:51

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