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if you want a guess i would say put everything in to the circle and forget about the square

oh sorry you already answered that

probably all in the square to minimize rigth? just a guess though

that's my guess too, but, i'll bring mathematica out again ;-)

yeah, mathematica says to put 100% into the square

all of it. 25 m

it says it's incorrect :S

hmm

oh now i get x=3.5, that's one side of the square

sorrry, still incorrect T___T;

well it's 4 times that
i just gave you one side

ohh, i did the area (3.5)^2 instead of (3.5)*4. thanksss

did it say that was right?

yess

Take the derivative of the expression of interest\[D\left[\left(\frac{x}{4}\right)^2+\frac{(25-x)^2}{4 \pi },x\right] \]set it to zero\[-\frac{25-x}{2 \pi }+\frac{x}{8}==0 \]and solve for x.\[x\to \frac{100}{4+\pi } \]A plot is attached.