   Chapter 8.1, Problem 3E Elementary Geometry For College St...

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Section Elementary Geometry For College St...

7th Edition
Alexander + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337614085
Textbook Problem

Consider the information in Exercise 2, but suppose you know that the area of the region defined by the intersection of the square and the circle measures 5. What is the area of the entire colored region?2. The area of the square is 12, and the area of the circle is 30. Does the area of the entire shaded region equal 42? Why or why not? To determine

To Find:

The area of the entire colored region.

Explanation

Calculation:

Given,

The area of the square =12 unit2

The area of the circle =30 unit2

From the figure,

The area of the circle =12

5+z=12

Add 5 on both sides,

5+z5=125

z=7(1)

The area of the square =30

5+y=30

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