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comment Inscribed circle: find distance to circumscribed circle
Also the tangent $T$ does not pass through the point $d$. And the distance $cd$ seems shorter than the distance $tT$ (at the tangencial contact point).
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comment Inscribed circle: find distance to circumscribed circle
If I understand correctly, I draw the tangent $t$ at the point $c$. Then I draw a tangent $T$ of the great circle parallel to $t$. Let say $T$ is on the side of the point $d$. Then the distance between the tangencial contact points is the minimum distance from the point $c$ to the great circle. I don't see how this resolve the uniqueness of the length $cd$.
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comment smaller circle into larger circle : find length of common arc
@YvesDaoust I made my question more precised. Does your assertion still hold with my precisions?
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