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# In the figure above, the circle is inscribed in the square.

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In the figure above, the circle is inscribed in the square. [#permalink]  14 Aug 2019, 01:26
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In the figure above, the circle is inscribed in the square. If the square has side of length 100, then the perimeter of the square is approximately how much greater than the circumference of the circle

(A) 9,686

(B) 2,150

(C) 243

(D) 100

(E) 86
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Re: In the figure above, the circle is inscribed in the square. [#permalink]  14 Aug 2019, 09:45
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#GREpracticequestion In the figure above, the circle is inscribed in the square.png

In the figure above, the circle is inscribed in the square. If the square has side of length 100, then the perimeter of the square is approximately how much greater than the circumference of the circle

(A) 9,686

(B) 2,150

(C) 243

(D) 100

(E) 86

Here,
Perimeter of the square = $$4 * 100 = 400$$

Diameter of the circle = $$100$$

Circumference of the circle =$$\pi *diamater = 3.14 * 100 = 314$$

Therefore, the perimeter of the square is greater than the circumference of the circle = $$400 - 314 = 86$$
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