Have you considered the radius, the value of , and the proportion of the circle cut out by the wedge formed by the center and the two points?
So I have a circle defined in a euclidean plane, how do I measure the distance along the circle between any two given points on the circle?
The specific circle that I'm looking at right now is defined by the equation:
(x-1280)^2 + (y-800)^2 = 422500
thank you.
Hello, Egoist!
The center of the circle is: .So I have a circle defined in a euclidean plane.
How do I measure the distance along the circle
between any two given points on the circle?
The specific circle that I'm looking at right now is defined by the equation:
. .
The radius is: .
Suppose the two given points are: .
Find the slope of
Find the slope of
The angle between the two radii is given by: .
. . Find in radians.
The arc length between and is: .