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Assuming R to be one of the points of intersection of two circles, two circles (1) should be of equal radius (2) should be such that each circle passes through the centre of the other circle. Only then the distance between their centres PQ will be = radius and also PR = QR = radius.

If point R is different point and there are conditions for the intersecting circles, please specify.
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