# A paper is in the form of a square of side 20 m. Semi-circular are drawn inside the square paper on two opposite sides..

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A paper is in the form of a square of side 20 m. Semi-circular are drawn inside the square paper on two opposite sides as diameter. If semi-circular portions are cut off. then what would be the area of the remaining paper?

posted Sep 22, 2016

remaining area is 86 sq.m

ok. the area of the two semicircles is 314.2 and of the square 400. the difference is about 86

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