anonymous
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help :)
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Directrix
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It looks as if we are to find the area of the shaded region. If that region is cut from the square, the circle remains.

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Directrix
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@geny55 Calculate this: Area of square - area of circle: 52*52 - (3.14)* (26)^2 = ? Post what you get, okay?
Directrix
  • Directrix
Yikes, I re-read the question and am now wondering if we are to find just the area of the circle. It could be cut out of the square directly or the shaded sections could be cut off, leaving the square. Read the question and see what you think.
Vocaloid
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the question isn't worded very well, but judging by the answer choices they just want the circle
Directrix
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Based on the answer choices, it appears that we are just to find the area of the circle. (3.14)* (26)^2 = ? @geny55 @Vocaloid I agree and thanks for the verification.
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(3.14)* (26)^2 = ? @geny55

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