How do i plot equal size of circle in square(100*100 m^2) without overlapping?

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I have a square with L=100 and W=100, as well as a circle with a fixed diameter.
Without overlapping, i have to fill this square with the circle.
(All circles must be the same size and fit within the given square range.)

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 22 Oct 2021
Click on the "circle packing" tag on the right. This has been asked many times and there are several solutions with slight variations. Write back if you still need help.
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Manisha Kumari
Manisha Kumari on 26 Oct 2021
Hi,
I need to fit 100 circles of the same radius inside a 100*100 m2 square area without overlapping them. The circle packing tag does not provide me with the correct solution. Could you please assist me with this?
Thank you.

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Jan
Jan on 22 Oct 2021
Edited: Jan on 22 Oct 2021
This is an extremly challeging task. See
Is this a homework for pupils or a PhD?
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 23 Oct 2021
@Manisha Kumari, OK, I assume since circle packing is nothing "new to the world" and you don't need to invent it as the main part of your thesis, that you can borrow existing circle packing code. So did you follow my suggestion to click on the tag? If not, why not?

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