There are two concentric circles with center O Known Points A,B,C,O,M, Radius OC=OA=OB=r1 and OC’=OA’=OB’=r2 are also known Assumption. M is the mid point of AB and A’B’ , Angle OMB=Angle OMA=90 degree To be found Points A’, B’, C’ in Cartesian Coordinates
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Hello, tariqchpk! There are two concentric circles with center O. Given: Points . . . . . . . . . . is the midpoint of and . . . . . Find points in cartesian coordinates. Place center at the origin. The larger circle has equation: . . Let The horizontal line has equation:. The line and the circle intersect at: . . And we have:.
Dear Soroban Thanks for the reply. There is a problem in my case i.e. cernter of the circles O is not the origin so what changes be made to accommodate it?
Originally Posted by tariqchpk Dear Soroban Thanks for the reply. There is a problem in my case i.e. cernter of the circles O is not the origin so what changes be made to accommodate it? You are expected to make an effort here. If you understand post #2 you should be able to make the necessary changes yourself.
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