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The figure below shows two concentric circles, each with center O. Given that the larger circle has radius 12 and the smaller circle has radius 7, find the following.

(a) Circumference of the larger circle

(b) Area of the smaller circle

(c) Area of the shaded region


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(a) \(24\pi\) (b) \(49\pi\) (c) \(95\pi\)


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Re: The figure below shows two concentric circles, each with cent [#permalink] New post 26 May 2019, 18:44
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The figure below shows two concentric circles, each with center O. Given that the larger circle has radius 12 and the smaller circle has radius 7, find the following.

(a) Circumference of the larger circle

(b) Area of the smaller circle

(c) Area of the shaded region


[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
(a) \(24\pi\) (b) \(49\pi\) (c) \(95\pi\)


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Question: 13
Page: 261
Difficulty: medium



Here,

Circumference of the larger square = \(2\pi * radius = 2 \pi * 12 = 24\pi\)

Area of the smaller circle = \(\pi * radius^2 = \pi * 7^2 = 49\pi\)

Area of the shaded region = Area of the larger circle - area of the smaller circle = \(144\pi - 49\pi = 95\pi\)
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