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There may be some bugs?
Not a Problem
In the "GeoGebra Classic".
three points:
A(3,0),B(0,3),C(4,3).
Take point C as the center and double root sign 2 as the radius
Then you can "work out" that circle C is tangent to line AB.
But if you zoom in on the drawn images, you'll see that they're not tangent.
The tangent point is (2,2),on the line AB.
If you have more information,you can send me an email.
Address:245608072@qq.com
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Given A, B and C the tangent point is the intersection point D of the perpendicular on the line AB through C. The radius of the circle is a = 2 . sqrt(2), or sqrt(8), written as a simplified root with the command SurdText(a) and D is (2, 1). What"s the problem or the bug?
chris
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