sarver1995
I have the drawing
Find the area of the shaded sections.



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sarver1995
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dw:1338940102861:dw

liliy
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is that 4?

sarver1995
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yes

liliy
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so you are given 120 and 4 degres?

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correct

liliy
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so whats the area of an entire circle?

sarver1995
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360

liliy
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so subtract the given from the whole

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do i subtract the two numbers from 360

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yes

sarver1995
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so the answer is 236

liliy
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well thats the remainder for the shaded area, if thats all you need, then yes

sarver1995
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i have to find the area of the shaded sections

liliy
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so ya, i guess so

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ok thanks

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thats not the right answer

liliy
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okay., the given angles are 4 degrees and 120? and are drawn like that?(not to scale?)

sarver1995
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my options for the answer are 27 pie, 4pie8, 9pie  9/2 square root of 3, a = 16, a = 16/3 pie

liliy
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can u repeat hte q in diff words maybe. its very vague

sarver1995
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Find the area of the shaded sections. Click on the answer until the correct answer is showing.

liliy
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and you drew it true to scale? cause 4 degrees is really little...

sarver1995
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4 and 120 degrees

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it doesn't show degrees on the 4

liliy
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hmmm. so what does 4 mean?

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not sure, i am confused

liliy
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lol.

sarver1995
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its geometry

liliy
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maybe the 4 is represnting the radius?

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maybe

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does that make sense if it is