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how do you find the radius of a circle inside a square, when you are only given the square's measurements?
it looks like this? |dw:1435462332178:dw|
the center of the circle and the center of the square are the same point |dw:1435462424056:dw|
the square is 24 by 24
the radius is equal to half of the square side length |dw:1435462475452:dw|
what if you dont know the radius of the circle
you said the square side was 24 so half of that is 24/2 = 12 that's the radius
what if the circle is smaller than the square
so the edge of the circle does not touch the square at all?
here ill show you a pic
hmm, strange based on this pic, I can't determine the radius of either circle. There isn't enough info.
20 inches in diameter
radius = diameter/2 radius = 20/2 radius = 10
then what would the radius of the smaller circle be?
do you know the diameter of the smaller circle?
its just a smaller circle divided in four parts
no other info is given on it?
exept that its called circle b
this is something I'd complain to the teacher about. There isn't enough info to answer it
ill see about that.... i think i k=need to ask the teacher before doing anything else.... Thank you so much for your help, I really appreciate it :)
What is your options ? Also are you been given shaded area?