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**fabxx** Sorry for the really sloppy graph. They are suppose to be two circles, it's just that I don't know how to draw circles with my graph sketcher.

Note: Figure not drawn to scale

This is on page 839 of the OG Book.

In the figure below, the two circles are tangent (what is a tangent?) *The 2 circles have exactly one point in common* at point B and AC=6. If the circumstances of the circle with center A is twice the circumference of the circle with center C, what is the length of line segment BC?

a) 1

b)2

c)3

d)4

e)6

Any tips?

Thanks in advance