Timothy Ngo
6/17/2019 01:24:18 pm
The area of the entire square is 49. The area of the white part would be
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Timothy Ngo
6/17/2019 01:26:14 pm
Or it can be 56  (49pi/4) because it looks like it is not a square and it is 7cm + 1cm and so that = 8cm so the are for that would be 56.
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Mr. Bowen
6/17/2019 01:41:10 pm
Good catch. This is not a square. You can tell by looking at quarter circle's radius, which is equal to the height of the rectangle but shorter than its base.
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