Dear harp,
I can tell you only that the radius is less than 10 from so much information.
Can someone please help me find the radius of the circle in the center and calculate the area of the shaded region in this picture?
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Well, the only other information I have is that the circle is in the dead center of the square and I suppose all the lines are supposed to be equal. Our teacher did not have a handout so i had to copy the diagram out quickly.
P.S. If it helps I am almost completely sure now that there is supposed to be a large circle there as well that is tangent to all the sides of the square.
Sorry dude but techinally speaking this problem is physically impossible. Even with the prior knowledge that the circle in in the middle of the lines you cannot tell how far the circle extends, in other words: the diameter. Without a diameter you cannot find a radii
Hmmm, well I just spoke to a classmate who had the entire equation. If you still cant help me I guess I'll just quit.
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I understand you're not trying to be rude but this is all I have to go on. This question just doesn't make sense to me so i guess you're right. However, maybe you could help me interpret this: "1/4 circles radius is equal to 10." I think my friend made an error there and could use some help to figure out what it is referring to.
P.S. I now remember my teacher telling us something about the larger circle not being a circle at all but just a collection of arcs.