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# question posted but not answered

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$$A, B$$ and $$C$$ are three points on a plane such that $$AB = BC =1$$ and $$CA = \sqrt{3}$$ Draw three circles whose diameters are $$\overline{AB}, \overline{BC}$$ and $$\overline{CA}$$ respectively. The area of the region included in all three circles (the grey region below) is $$\frac{a}{b} \pi + \frac{\sqrt{c}}{d}$$ in simplest form, so $$a, b, c,$$ $$d$$ are positive integers, $$a$$ and $$b$$ are relatively prime, and $$c$$ is not divisible by the square of a prime. Enter the values of $$a,b,c,d$$ in order.

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ItsFree

Feb 24, 2023
edited by ItsFree  Feb 24, 2023
edited by ItsFree  Feb 24, 2023

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Here is the pic.

Check it is right then try to answer from there.

Feb 24, 2023
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Could you please give us a link to the original question so that I can link the 2 together. Thanks ItsFree

Feb 24, 2023
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i dont think d will be positive...

(i got 1,12,3,-8)

Feb 25, 2023
edited by Guest  Feb 25, 2023