Given a rectangle of length l & breadth b, we have to find the largest cricle that can be inscribed in the rectangle.
Input : l = 4, b = 8 Output : 12.56 Input : l = 16 b = 6 Output : 28.26
From the figure, we can see, the biggest circle that could be inscribed in the rectangle will have radius always equal to the half of the shorter side of the rectangle. So from the figure,
radius, r = b/2 &
Area, A = π * (r^2)
- Radius of the biggest possible circle inscribed in rhombus which in turn is inscribed in a rectangle
- Area of the biggest possible rhombus that can be inscribed in a rectangle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle within a Square which is inscribed within a Circle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscribed within a square which is inscribed within an ellipse
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscribed within a square which is inscribed within a hexagon
- Area of a triangle inscribed in a rectangle which is inscribed in an ellipse
- Area of a square inscribed in a circle which is inscribed in an equilateral triangle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscribed within a Square inscribed in an equilateral triangle
- Biggest Square that can be inscribed within an Equilateral triangle
- Biggest Reuleaux Triangle inscirbed within a square inscribed in a semicircle
- Largest rectangle that can be inscribed in a semicircle
- Area of Largest rectangle that can be inscribed in an Ellipse
- Area of largest triangle that can be inscribed within a rectangle
- Area of circle inscribed within rhombus
- Area of decagon inscribed within the circle
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