If the radius of the larger circle is 1, what is the area of the smaller circle?

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If the radius of the larger circle is 1, what is the area of the smaller circle?

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It was simpler to do it with squares, and find the ratio.

ps. why would I find the area and not the radius? (logical thought)

Because area ly like area problems

A = 0.252738872

that’s what I think.

A = 0.252738872

that’s what I think.

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The solution is pi/16 x (2-sqrt(2))^2

I go an equivalent result, (pi/4)(3/2 – sqrt(2))

Good. Correct.