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## There are 2 circles say A, B. A has 20 units radius and B has 10 units radius and distance from centers of A and B is 40 units. Where will be the intersection point of external tangents? |

A. | to the left of two circles |

B. | to the right of the two circles |

C. | middle of the two circles |

D. | they intersect at midpoint of line joining the centers |

Answer» B. to the right of the two circles | |

Explanation: a has 20 units radius and b has 10 units radius. so, the tangents go along the circles and meet at after the second circle that is b that is the right side of both circles. and we asked for external tangents so they meet away from the circles but not in between them. |

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