Carlyle Circle

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The Carlyle circle of the quadratic equation is the circle with diameter AB, where A = and B = . The points where this circle intersects the axis are the roots of this equation, and the center of the circle is the intersection of the segments AB and CD, where C = and D = .

Contributed by: Chris Boucher (March 2011)
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