# Calc

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How close is the semi circle y= sqr.root of 16-x^2 to the point (1, sqr.root 3)?

using Optimization

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The equation of a circle with the center at origin and passing through (1,sqrt3)is
x^2+y^2=2^2

The distance between the point and semicircle is the difference R1-R2=4-2=2

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