I'd like to figure out how and where to draw a circle which is tangent to two circles inside it. It looks kind of like this:
Basically in the diagram I'd like to make there are two circles (beige in the image) with known radii and a set distance between their centers. I'd like to draw a circle around them (blue in the image) which is tangent to both and whose center is on the line drawn between the centers of the smaller circles. What I need to know is, given those three parameters above, where the larger circle must be drawn on the axis between the centers of the other two circles, and what the radius of the larger circle is. I suppose the position might be a function of the radius but that's too big for my brain.
This is a link to the wolfram file I pulled that image from, if it helps at all.
Anyways, all help is appreciated!