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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Here is a circle problem, Thanks!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):

hey can u post a pdf

OpenStudy (anonymous):

sure

OpenStudy (anonymous):

here,

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):

1 st find the area of square i.e 4^2 = 16 in ^2 then find the area of 1 circle with radius is 1 in pi (1) ^2= 3.14 in ^2 multiply the answer with 4 to get the total area of circles 3.14 x 4 = 12.6 in ^2 subtract the area of square with circles to get the area of shaded regions 16 - 12.6 = 3.4 in ^2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

u are very smart :D

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I know! Isn't he!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes :D jelous!!!! lolz:)

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):

lol ty :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yw :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What was your final answer?

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):

3.4 in ^2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

was that an option?

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):

i think C

OpenStudy (anonymous):

okay thanks

OpenStudy (anonymous):

cause the answers had to do with pie...

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):

yeah but i solved it in decimals

OpenStudy (anonymous):

alright, so 4-g/4 then?

OpenStudy (asadkarim7):

yeah

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Thanks sorry I'm a little slow

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