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    there is a circle, enclosed by the circle is a square, another square is enclosed in the top half of the larger square there is a another enclosed square.
    need to proof:
    the area of the bigger squere is 2.5 times the smaller square.
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    Re: circles and squares

    Quote Originally Posted by omer20 View Post

    there is a circle, enclosed by the circle is a square, another square is enclosed in the top half of the larger square there is a another enclosed square.
    need to proof:
    the area of the bigger squere is 2.5 times the smaller square.

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