Apr 30, 2019 Thread starter #1 W Wilmer In Memoriam Mar 19, 2012 376 A circle is inscribed in a square with sides = 40. A smaller (of course!) circle tangent to the above circle and 2 sides of the square is inscribed in one of the corners of the square. What is the diameter of this circle?

A circle is inscribed in a square with sides = 40. A smaller (of course!) circle tangent to the above circle and 2 sides of the square is inscribed in one of the corners of the square. What is the diameter of this circle?

May 1, 2019 Thread starter #3 W Wilmer In Memoriam Mar 19, 2012 376 No. Spoiler diameter = 40(3-2√2) = ~6.86 Not as easy as it appears...

May 1, 2019 #4 Olinguito Well-known member Apr 22, 2018 251 Spoiler You’re right. I overlooked the teeny bit in the extreme corner.