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Which of these shapes have an area that is different from the rest?

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Which of these shapes have an area that is different from the rest?

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posted Jun 4, 2015 by anonymous

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A) pie*1 =======pie

B) 4*[pie*(1/2)^2]======pie

C) (1/2)*[pie*(3/2)^2]

D) (1/4)*[pie*(2)^2] ===== pie

Hence C) has a different area from others

answer Jun 5, 2015 by Ankit Kamboj

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