How would you find the area of the shaded regions in these two pictures
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The equation for the first one should look like
So sqaure 4.75 and then multiply it by \[\pi\]
okay that makes since for the first one
on the second one im still not sure what you ment
Ah sorry I wrote that wrong it is \[S = r \theta\]
This means the area of the shaded region is equal to the radius multiplied by the angle. Change the angle to radians by multiplying it by
What math are you in?
Ah no wonder. Lol. I'm trying to make you use trig methods.
Multiply the 80 or whatever that is on the outside of that shaded region by \[\pi/180\]
Then you simply that to get \[8\pi/18\] Which can be simplified further to \[4\pi/9\] Now you multiply, I beliebe it says 8.9?, by that using 3.14 for pi.
Itd look like this \[8.9(4\pi/9)\]