I'm not sure if he/she is correct of right, can anyone check and explain how he or she is right because what's the point if I got the answer but have no idea how he/she did it.
Circle diameter = 8 radius = 4 cm area = pi r^2 = 16pi cm2
DIAGONAL of smaller square = 8 cm
side length of smaller square s^2 + s^2 = 8^2 s = sqrt 32
area of square = s x s = 32 cm2
The FOUR areas inside the circle and out side the square = 16pi - 32 cm^2
if you want the area of ONE....divide by four
To confirm, yes the Guest is correct. Sometimes Guests can post something incorrect with just the answer, so it's good to check
"The space between the circle and the inner square is what?" <======= From the header of the question....implies AREA.
If you just want the length of the line, I did most of the work already:
(circle diameter - square side)/2 = (8 - sqrt32)/2 Nothing hard there.....anyone should be able to get that !