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find the area of the shaded region in the figure where α = π/3, b = 11. (Round your answer correct to the nearest whole number).

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    subtract this area of unshaded region from area of circle

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    can u do it now ???

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    trying it now

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    great |dw:1342939493215:dw|

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    |dw:1342939516866:dw|

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    can solve it now :D

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    i got it wrong:(

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    my answer came out to be 306

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    is that 12/pi?

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    |dw:1342939906304:dw|

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    |dw:1342939945089:dw|

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    is that right ???

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    i dunno the question locked me out after i tried to answer it cuz i got it wrong

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    i'm using web assign

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    oh ...well convert the calculator to radian mode and use proper parenthesis .... you will get the right answer :D its 369.17

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    thank you

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    my pleasure :D

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    Find out the area of the segment by using A = 1/2 ( AnglA - sin of angle A) x radius ^ 2 and then subtract this area from area of the triangle

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