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With out knowing the center and radius of a two concentric circles,can we find out the inner and outer circle diameters using [x,y]=ginput (1) command .That command gives you the single mouse point click so you must click in btw two circles only

Asked by Naresh Naik on 26 Dec 2012
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Using the command [x,y]=ginput(1), gives us the single mouse point click only ,so you must click any where in between the two circles. With reference to the x,y coordinate points can we find out he inner,outer and center of two concentric circles. Can we solve this problem with the matlab coding?

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Answer by Matt J on 26 Dec 2012

No, you cannot.

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