https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help_5741

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.

TacoBell Oct 21, 2020

#1**+1 **

Circle diameter = 8 radius = 4 cm area = pi r^2 = 16pi cm^{2}

__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

ElectricPavlov Oct 21, 2020

#3**+1 **

To confirm, yes the Guest is correct. Sometimes Guests can post something incorrect with just the answer, so it's good to check

CalTheGreat Oct 21, 2020

#5**+1 **

"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 !

ElectricPavlov Oct 21, 2020