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Find the area of the shaded portion in the equilateral triangle with sides 6. (assuming the central point of each arc is its corresponding vertex)

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  1. terricherri
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  2. terricherri
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    btw its not a thong soo no ideas!!

  3. saifoo.khan
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    Lol @ thongs.

  4. saifoo.khan
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    \[\Huge Hasirrrr!\]

  5. Hashir
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    yup i m here

  6. Hashir
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    apply sine rule a=1/2(6)(6)sin60 then

  7. saifoo.khan
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    aera of triangle = 7.8

  8. Hashir
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    find area of sector A of sector= (60/360)(pie)(3)^2 multiply it by three

  9. Hashir
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    subrat it from the A u get from the sine rule

  10. saifoo.khan
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    lol, im getting 3 different answers!

  11. Hashir
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    apply sine rule a=1/2(6)(6)sin60 then find area of sector A of sector= (60/360)(pie)(3)^2 multiply it by three ans=15.58-3(4.71)=1.443

  12. Honey_Girl
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    hey hello saif

  13. saifoo.khan
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    lol, hi honey.. supp?

  14. Honey_Girl
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    nm u?

  15. saifoo.khan
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    same here, nm.

  16. Hashir
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    hi..........saif i solved the question koi medal to do

  17. anhhuyalex
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    Looks like 3 sectors of a circle. Area of a sector of a circle is: area of circle * degrees of sector/360 the sector has 60 degrees because the triangle is equilateral. Area of circle = 9π Area of 3 sectors: 9π * 60/360 * 3 = 4.5π Area of shaded part = area of triangle - 4.5π area of triangle = 1/2(6)(6)(sin 60) = 15.5884573 4.5π = 14.1371669 15.5884573 - 14.1371669 = 1.4512904 Hope that helps

  18. terricherri
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    ummm guys u know that theres a thing cxalled group chat below ur screen lolz

  19. Honey_Girl
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    sorry terr this is more coool

  20. saifoo.khan
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    Lol @ terri & honey!

  21. saifoo.khan
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    @hashir, a medal for a medal..

  22. Hashir
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    i think u have one

  23. saifoo.khan
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    i have two!

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