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anonymous
 5 years ago
A pin is randomly dropped point down on the circular board shown below. It is equally likely that the pin lands anywhere on the board (and not outside). Find the probability that the pin lands on the shaded region formed by the two triangles. The radius of the circular board is 4 in.
anonymous
 5 years ago
A pin is randomly dropped point down on the circular board shown below. It is equally likely that the pin lands anywhere on the board (and not outside). Find the probability that the pin lands on the shaded region formed by the two triangles. The radius of the circular board is 4 in.

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