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Assuming they are ALL semicircles.......you can compute areas of those semicircles and add/subtract the right amounts.
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MrYanthoBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Well done. I didn't even think they were semicircles. Area = BigSemi + 3(smallsemis) \[A=((\pi)r ^{2})/2 + 3(((\pi)r ^{2})/2)\] \[A=((\pi)(50) ^{2})/2 + 3(((\pi)(10) ^{2})/2)\]
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yociyociBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
312.5pi+12.5*312.5*2 =312.5pi+12.5 Is it like this or is it wrong?
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MrYanthoBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Whoops. My earlier one didn't subtract the 2 small semicircle cutouts. So my answer above, you only add one semicircle.
 2 years ago
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