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The squares area is 12 by 12 and or 144. The circles area is 354.94. I know this because #pir^2# or 3.14 times the radius of the circle (6) square. I know that in order to find the area of the shaded region I need to subtract 354.94 from 144. But if I do that it would be negative? But how can the shaded area be negative??? I need help

The squares area is 12 by 12 and or 144. The circles area is 354.94. I know this because #pir^2# or 3.14 times the radius of the circle (6) square. I know that in order to find the area of the shaded region I need to subtract 354.94 from 144. But if I do that it would be negative? But how can the shaded area be negative??? I need help

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Mar 8, 2018

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#"Shaded area"~~30.90#

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Two reasons you were getting a wrong answer:

  1. #pir^2# for #r=6# is #36pi~~113.10#
  2. You do #"Area of square"-"Area of circle"=144-36pi#

#144-36pi~~30.9#

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