Is it possible to calculate the area of overlap between 2 circle sectors based on:

- The distance between the centres of each sector

- The length of the sector (radius)

- The interior angle of the sector

- The angle that the sector has been rotated off a reference line assuming that this reference line is the line travelling horizontally through the centre of a circle (as seen in diagram B with the sector being rotated by 60 degrees off the origin)

Diagram A showcases an exemplar sector that I am referring to and diagram C showcases the combination of 2 sectors rotated at different angles and positioned 3 units apart, with both having the same interior angle and the same radius length

I'm not sure this is even possible, but hoping it is, so any help would be greatly appreciated

- The distance between the centres of each sector

- The length of the sector (radius)

- The interior angle of the sector

- The angle that the sector has been rotated off a reference line assuming that this reference line is the line travelling horizontally through the centre of a circle (as seen in diagram B with the sector being rotated by 60 degrees off the origin)

Diagram A showcases an exemplar sector that I am referring to and diagram C showcases the combination of 2 sectors rotated at different angles and positioned 3 units apart, with both having the same interior angle and the same radius length

I'm not sure this is even possible, but hoping it is, so any help would be greatly appreciated