Jeff:

I said, and maintain

If the circle is **tangent to the vertical line at 1" above the horizontal line**

then it can't pass through a point on the horizontal line, other than the point of tangency, which is 1" to the right of the vertical line.

Jimn:

Again, I may not be understanding your original requirements. I understood you to say that the 1" radius circle should be tangent to the vertical line at 1" above the horizontal, and should pass through a point on the horizontal line 3/4" to the right of the vertical line. THAT is impossible.

To be clear about this, attached is a drawing with a 1" radius circle tangent to the vertical line at 1" above the horizontal line.

**This is the only circle that can be drawn (right of the vertical line) satisfying those two conditions .** It is also tangent to the horizontal line, at 1" to the right of the vertical one, and it's center is 1" above the horizontal line and 1" to the right of the vertical line.