Posted by **brittany** on Monday, January 30, 2012 at 1:22pm.

From an exteror point P that is h units form a circle of radius r, a tangent line is drawn to the circle. Let d denote the distance from the point P to the point of tangency T. Express d as a function of h.(HINT: if C is the center of the circle, the PT is perpendicular to CT)

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