Here we have a rectangle of length l & breadth b.We have to find the circumradius of the rectangle.
Input : l = 3, b = 4 Output :2.5 Input :l = 10, b = 12 Output :3.95227774224
From the diagram, we can clearly understand the circumradius r is half of the diagonal of the rectangle.
r = √(l^2 + b^2)/2
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