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    Question Please help me out with this relation......


    In Fx Draw i drew an arc and tried to move its centre of curvature.....as i moved its cente towards the arc......the radius is decreasing and the shape of the arc changed to a semi circle and when i moved further the convex shaped semi circle changed to a concave shape and as i proceeded the shape of the arc was retained but now it is in cocave shape...........

    I wud like to know how is it possible to change the convex shaped arc to a semi circle and finally to a concave shaped arc as the centre is dragged to other side?............Seems like its built on a certain relation.

    I observed this similar kind of behaviour in OPTICS where a bi-convex shaped Lens changes to circle when both the centers coincide exactly in the middle of the lens and when further dragged to opposite side it changes to bi-concave.

    I'm sending the figure which i drew in the FXdraw for a clear picture........

    I one in the black was the original arc which i drew first and as i drew the centre towards the arc the SHAPE of the arc, its RADIUS changed and when i further dragged the shaped turned to concave.........Please tell me how it happened ..............i mean the relation.........

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