# Problem on Circles

Wed, 2007-05-30 20:25

Thu, 2007-05-31 19:13

#2
Re: MN is the chord of

Even i thought the same. But, incidentally the same solution based on the same assumption that you had taken.

Thanks.

Thu, 2007-05-31 20:41

#3
Ok so the question is not

Ok so the question is not correct and incomplete

Cld you please tell the source of the question

Fri, 2007-06-01 19:10

#4
Source

This question i got it from

tenaday

Thanks

Thu, 2009-08-20 16:01

#5
hiiiiiiiiiii

i think that u r solution is wrong

MN is the chord of the larger circle?

If not I donâ€™t think the question is complete because it does not make any sense if MN is a line and its 10 m /or anything

I am solving it with the above assumption that MN is the chord of outer circle.

As per the question MN is 10

So MA =5

OMA is a right angled triangle and the possible Pythagorean triplet with 5 is 12 and 13

So the radius of the outer circle is 13 and inner circle is 12.

Not sure If it z correct. .