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tappleman wrote at 2012-12-17 14:39:32
The answer is thre and can be found with the following equation:

# Circles - 0.83(R2)(R2)/[(r1)(r1)] - 1.9  (round down to nearest whole numbe)

where R2 = radius of larger circle

     r1 = radius of smaller circle


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