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In the figure above, arcs PR and QS are semicircles with ce

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In the figure above, arcs PR and QS are semicircles with centers at Q and R respectively. If PQ = 5, what" is the perimeter of the shaded region?

(A) \(5\pi + 5\)

(B) \(5\pi + 15\)

(C) \(10\pi + 10\)

(D) \(10\pi + 15\)

(E) \(100\pi\)
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In the figure above, arcs PR and QS are semicircles with centers at Q and R respectively. If PQ = 5, what" is the perimeter of the shaded region?

In GRE geometry questions, always look for logical estimation opportunities and solve for the easy shape or value first.

In this case we can see that drawn shaded interior radius PQ = undrawn radius QR = drawn shaded radius RS, and each of those radii length = 5.

Then, we can solve of the straight portion of the figure which is PQ + RS = 10.

Look to the answer choices to see which include the value of 10 since the circle must include π.

Only Choice C includes the necessary value of 10, so select Choice C without even needing to spend the time calculating the included circumference which would have been 2πr = 2π x 5 = 10π.
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Re: In the figure above, arcs PR and QS are semicircles with ce [#permalink] New post 21 Nov 2020, 06:07
I am unclear about the math, if anybody can give an explanation about it.
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I am unclear about the math, if anybody can give an explanation about it.

The formula for perimeter of a semicircle = diameter + πr.

Since the radius for either semicircle is 5, then the the perimeter of a single semicircle = 10 + 5π.

However, there are two semicircle arcs included in the shaded figure, so the shaded perimeter = 10 + 5π + 5π = 10 + 10π, choice C.

Of course, I stand by the earlier estimation as possibly a more efficient path to solving on the actual GRE. :-D
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Re: In the figure above, arcs PR and QS are semicircles with ce   [#permalink] 22 Nov 2020, 09:07
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