## Find the radius of the equal blue circles

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### Solution

We have two line segments that meet at a right corner like it is shown in the next figure

We have three equal circles. Suppose the radius of each circle is equal to \(r\).

Using the right triangle, we get

Thus,

\[\large \color{blue} {r=\frac{1}{9}}\]

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