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An artist is making a square stained glass window in which a
green
g
lass circle is surrounded by
blue glass. The side length of the window is 20x, and the area of
the green piece is 64πx^2
.
What i
s the area of the blue glass? Write your answer in factored form.
so far i have Area 1= 400x^2 and Area 2= π(64πx^2)^2 and the GCF is 16x^2, am i right? can someone help me finish?

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- Michele_Laino

i think that the are of blue glass is given by the subsequent difference:
\[\Large 400{x^2} - 64\pi {x^2}\]

- Michele_Laino

now, please try to factor out 16x^2, what do you get?

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16x^2(25-4pi)?

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that's right!

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thanks again I'm getting better but still suck at math

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