So I have some circles that look kinda like this:
I'm given the radius of the circle with center point A which is also the distance AB, the distance AB between the two center points on the x axis (they share same y values for the centers), and the distance CD which is the height of the shape created by the intersection.
We can also assume that despite my drawing the circle ARE perfect circles.
I'm looking for a way to find the distance BD which is also the radius of the circle centered on point B.
Thanks in advance for any help.