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I have the drawing Find the area of the shaded sections.

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is that 4?
yes

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so you are given 120 and 4 degres?
correct
so whats the area of an entire circle?
360
so subtract the given from the whole
do i subtract the two numbers from 360
yes
so the answer is 236
well thats the remainder for the shaded area, if thats all you need, then yes
i have to find the area of the shaded sections
so ya, i guess so
ok thanks
thats not the right answer
okay., the given angles are 4 degrees and 120? and are drawn like that?(not to scale?)
my options for the answer are 27 pie, 4pie-8, 9pie - 9/2 square root of 3, a = 16, a = 16/3 pie
can u repeat hte q in diff words maybe. its very vague
Find the area of the shaded sections. Click on the answer until the correct answer is showing.
and you drew it true to scale? cause 4 degrees is really little...
4 and 120 degrees
it doesn't show degrees on the 4
hmmm. so what does 4 mean?
not sure, i am confused
lol.
its geometry
maybe the 4 is represnting the radius?
maybe
does that make sense if it is

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