I had this problem on the PSAT I took saturday.
You can draw an equilateral triangle from the intersections of the circle and the altitude of an equilateral triangle is and then add the sum of the radii because that is what you have left.
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I just got this rly weird question,
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If the two lines are parellel, the circles are tangent to each other, and to the lines, and the circles are same size and their radius is 4, what is the distance from the top line to bottom one?
Please help me, and thanks a lot.!!!
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