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Simple MAT QUESTION [Circle]

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Dear guys

Any one can help me to calculate the length of A1 A2, B1 B2, and C1 C2 in the following figure

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Incomplete homework excercise problem. Length depending on which parameter?
 

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The position of the intersecting line has to be specified somehow. Distance to center would be one of several ways to do it.

I don't believe that it's unspecified in original excecise problem. You apparently missed to retell the full specification.
 

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In the circle in Figure A, C1 and C2 is a segment. Length of segment can be anything between 0 to 10. It cannot be specified. Insufficient data to calculate the length. Either the angle from the center or from C or the distance from the center has to be specified.
 

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