When he got 2√6 he could have just went 1,5+x+2√6+3. Then find the x and add 2√6 to it and voila. Reply

I didnt solve it, but it loomks like a very easy appoach to nake a teiangle from the 3 centers and go from therre, knowing the location of the 3 and 6 circles center and a known triangles. Reply

cool and fresh

8.5

Cool!👍👍

Looking spiffy

Can't see the hair. 😭

i like how almost all of the videos of andy math are named "cool math challenge"

there's no way! you can't add purple root 6 to green root 6

very nice haircut sir

Which hair did you have cut? was it the one at the front?

“How exiting”

Loved the new haircut

HAIR. EXCITING.

Not my stupid ass thinking it was 6,5 💀

I used the exact same method this time. Easy.

I actually knew how to solve this. Seems like I'm learning thanks to your channel!

When he got 2√6 he could have just went 1,5+x+2√6+3. Then find the x and add 2√6 to it and voila.

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Can you solve why this should be the top comment instead?

The "How exciting" should have come after the "I just got a new haircut"

The haircut is fire 🔥

Done with school years ago but still love math questions

I didnt solve it, but it loomks like a very easy appoach to nake a teiangle from the 3 centers and go from therre, knowing the location of the 3 and 6 circles center and a known triangles.

Right triangle – as usual 😉

Take your cap off to let us see your new haircut, bro!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you had autism?

make this the top comment for no reason