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mvrc1996 Group Title

Find the area of ΔAOB

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    https://media.glynlyon.com/g_geo_2012/8/group103.gif

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    @mathslover

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    \[\Large \text{area of sector} = \frac{\theta}{360} * \pi r^2\]

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    ^

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  5. mvrc1996 Group Title
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    60/360 ?

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    right?

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    Forgetting something there mvrc... pi r^2

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    ^

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    I was just saying for the first part and then its \[\frac{ 60 }{ 360} \pi 6^2\]

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    yeah?

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    but idk exactly how to solve it when I get to 60/360 pi36

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  12. saifoo.khan Group Title
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    Use a calc?

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    ik but then do I put 36 /1 and then multiply and divide?

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    Which calc do you have?

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  15. saifoo.khan Group Title
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    (60/360) * pi * (6)^2

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    3√3un2 4.5√3un2 9√3un2 theses are the choices it gives me. and I just have a regular one on the pc

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    hello?

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    please help @saifoo.khan

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    or @mathslover

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    @mvrc1996 what is 'un' there in the options?

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    maybe units

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    idk

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    The answer should be : \(6\pi \) but that is not given in the options. hmn

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    maybe its just 1/6 because its just asking for that section

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    Oh yeah we did a mistake @saifoo.khan

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    https://media.glynlyon.com/g_geo_2012/8/group103bb.gif now its asking for the shaded area

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    We found area of sector NOT the area of triangle. Area of triangle = Area of sector - Area of segmennt

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    how do I find the area of the segment?

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    I have to go mvrc .. it is 11:50 PM here.. sorry . THis will help u for sure : http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/geometry/GP14/CircleSectors.htm @hartnn @AravindG and @amistre64 - any of these can help u mvrc. Good luck

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    thank you

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