Given r is the radius of three equal circles touching each other. The task is to find the length of the rope tied around the circles as shown below:
Input: r = 7
Input: r = 14
Approach: As it can be clearly seen from above image, the part of the length of rope which is not touching the circle is 2r + 2r + 2r = 6r.
The part of the rope which is touching the circles make a sector of 120 degrees on each circle. Thus, three sectors of 120 degrees each can be considered as a complete one circle of 360 degrees.
Therefore, Length of rope touching the circle is 2 * PI * r where PI = 22 / 7 and r is the radius of the circle.
Hence, the total length of the rope will be ( 2 * PI * r ) + 6r.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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