Here's what I feel is a neat challenge:
I'm building a data visualization comprised of 3 circles of dynamic sizes. I want to have them all intersect at the centre of a bounding box that will also be of no fixed size (it will change).
I will be pulling the radii of the circles from the data, but then can change the x and y coordinates of the circles to make the visualization work.
How would I calculate the positions (x,y) in percentages of the origin of the 3 circles based on their radii and size of the bounding box. Bonus if I can maximize the size of the 3 circles so they take up a decent portion (say ~90%) of the area of the bounding box, for visual purposes.