Given are two circles with their centres C1(x1, y1) and C2(x2, y2) and radius r1 and r2, the task is to check if both the circles are orthogonal or not.
Two curves are said to be orthogonal if their angle of intersection is a right angle i.e the tangents at their point of intersection are perpendicular.
Input: C1(4, 3), C2(0, 1), r1 = 2, r2 = 4 Output: Yes Input: C1(4, 3), C2(1, 2), r1 = 2, r2 = 2 Output: No
- Find the distance between the centres of two circles ‘d’ with distance formula.
- For the circles to be orthogonal we need to check if
r1 * r1 + r2 * r2 = d * d
- If it is true, then both the circles are orthagonal. Else not.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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