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depending on the circles equation..a larger circle is easier
The three bisectors meet at a point which is the centre of the circle. is you draw the circle that has that point as centre and 1 of the corners as a point on the circle, all corners will be on the circle
You may be looking for the Antarctic Circle, but all of the demarcations of latitude and longitude are circles.
Circles is the plural for circle.
Find the area of both circles (A = πr2) and subtract the area of the larger circle from that of the smaller circle inside it.
Of course not! There are an infinite number of smaller circles.
Draw a big circle for the body.Draw a smaller circle on top of that circle to be the head. Draw three little circles inside the top circle to be the eyes and nose. Draw two little circles on top of the top circle for the ears. Draw four cylinders off the large circle for the legs.