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In a unit square, two quarter circles are drawn as shown in the image. What is the area of the oval-shaped region?

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In a unit square, two quarter circles are drawn, centered at two opposite vertices, What is the area of the oval-shaped region?

What is the area of oval shaped region

posted May 8, 2017 by anonymous

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3 Answers

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The oval shaped area is =  1 - ( 1- pi/4) 2     or .5708 
answer Apr 28 by Juan Carlos Saavedra
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answer May 25, 2017 by Kewal Panesar
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answer Apr 30 by Juan Carlos Saavedra



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