Difference between revisions of "Family of concentric circles"
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Consider a Euclidean plane and a point in the plane. The family of concentric circles centered at is the family of all the circles centered at , along with the degenerate case of the radius zero circle, which is the point circle .
This family yields a partition of the Euclidean plane into subsets, one of which is a point and the rest are nontrivial circles.