If the area of the red circles is 20 pi. What is the area of the yellow region?

Guest Dec 20, 2019

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There are 5 red circles and the total area is 20 pi

the area of ONE circle is 1/5 of 20 pi = 4 pi

area of a circle = pi r^2 area/pi = r ^2 so r = 2

The square is thus 12 x 12 = 144 sq units

Subtract the area of all NINE circles to find the yellow area

144 - 9 (pi)(2^2)=yellow

ElectricPavlov Dec 20, 2019

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Best Answer

There are 5 red circles and the total area is 20 pi

the area of ONE circle is 1/5 of 20 pi = 4 pi

area of a circle = pi r^2 area/pi = r ^2 so r = 2

The square is thus 12 x 12 = 144 sq units

Subtract the area of all NINE circles to find the yellow area

144 - 9 (pi)(2^2)=yellow

ElectricPavlov Dec 20, 2019

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As for 5 red circles the total area is 20 and since there are 5 which makes the area 1/5 for 1 cirlce.

area of a circle = pi r^2 area/pi = r ^2 so r = 2, Square is thus 12 x 12 = 144 sq units and then subtract the area of all NINE circles to find the yellow area which would be 144 - 9 (pi)(2^2), so by using this you'll find the value for yellow.

Furthermore if you want to do it by yourself then use this online area calculator but the problem is that it doesn't solve the equation step by step.

Guest Dec 20, 2019