### Definition of Circumcircles

1. Noun. (plural of circumcircle) ¹

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### Definition of Circumcircles

1. circumcircle [n] - See also: circumcircle

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Circumcircles

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### Literary usage of Circumcircles

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1. Mathematical Questions and Solutions by W. J. C. Miller (1893)
"... (2) the centres of the circumcircles of both triangles are identical; and (3) the radii of the circumcircles differ by i radius of the incircle. ..."

2. A Treatise on Spherical Trigonometry: With Applications to Spherical by William John McClelland, Thomas Preston (1893)
"[Since tan ri tan r2 = sin » sin (s - e), and tan r tan ri = sin (s - 4) sin (» - c), therefore, &c.] SECTION II. The circumcircles. 81. ..."

3. A Treatise on Spherical Trigonometry: And Its Application to Geodesy and by John Casey (1889)
"circumcircles. 75. To find the circumradius of a spherical triangle ABC. Sol.—Bisect the arcs BC, CA at J0, E, and let 0 be the intersection of ..."

4. An Elementary Treatise on Modern Pure Geometry by Robert Lachlan (1893)
"Then, if P, Q, R be the positive points of the pairs of points in which the reciprocal circles intersect, it is easy to see that the circumcircles PQR, ..."

5. A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic by John Casey (1893)
"Hence their symetriques tha circumcircles of the triangles BCI'a, CAI\, ABI',. pass through a common point R, ..."

6. The Syzygetic Pencil of Cubics with a New Geometrical Development of Its by Charles Clayton Grove (1907)
"The radius of its circumcircle is The radii of the four circumcircles are seen to form the proportion, (24) a ¡(at3-l)(a — l3)_(. . :Г^? ..."