# Lattice Circles

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Any three noncollinear lattice points define a circle, which can be translated and (if necessary) reflected and/or rotated so that its center lies in the triangle , , . Various lattice circles passing through four or more lattice points are precalculated for this Demonstration. For each center, the smallest lattice circle was selected that fits in a 60×60 grid and goes through exactly points.

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Contributed by: Ed Pegg Jr (March 2011)

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For lattice circles going through exactly points, the results below are minimal.

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