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[quote][i]Originally posted by Ultraglide[/i] [br]Find the area of the large circle and subtract the area of the two smaller circles. [/quote]
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Find the area of the shaded region... I dont know where to start... If someone just tells me where to start i can figure this out...
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Ultraglide
Posted  04/14/2011 : 11:28:52
Find the area of the large circle and subtract the area of the two smaller circles.
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