# I Guys I Am Kind Of New. I Am In Calculus Right...

 AnonymousFrom: -Posts: -Votes: - I guys i am kind of new. I am in calculus right now, and i amnot sure if this problem is supposed to drive me crazy, but it isdoing a good job. If i could get any sort of help with it thatwould be lovely. And if you get help from anyone, could you please site yoursources. A circle of fixed radius is drawn centered at the point (1,0).(reacall that the equation for such a cirlce is (x-1)2 +y2 = 1). A second circle of changing radius is drawncentered at the origin. (if we call the radius of this secondcricle r the equation for this circle is x2 +y2 = r2). call the yintercept of this second circle P and the upper point ofintersection of these two circles Q. Finally let R be the xintercept of the line PQ. What happens to R as r shrinksto zero? In words, what are the linits of the coordinates of R asthe radius of the second crilce approaches zero? wish i could show the picture...but i can't..my computer isn'tvery nice