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the answer is ratio of the area of the shaded region to total area.

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@bswan this is obtuse
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There certainly "appears" to be an obtuse angle at C .

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@bswan |dw:1401619255446:dw| and this is obtuse. And hence the answer I previously proposed.

@myko we also need to include the area of the smaller circle.

it is included

bigger circle includes the small one

I meant that the double shaded area must cover the smaller circle too.

no

so, it looks like it need to be qualified with the condition that R > 1 .

yes

@myko and @Miracrown |dw:1401619632107:dw| is angle C not obtuse here?

â–³ABC means the angle at vertex B @nipunmalhotra93

C "is" obtuse for that diagram, yes

@myko dude... that means Triangle ABC.

oh, never mind. You right

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read it bad

np... that happens... :)

<4 correction

I think you can just say that R > 1. If R <= 1 , the prob (obtuse angle) = 1 .

Very interesting problem, that was.