Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems. Given square is 11*11, unit square is 1*1 without using any algebraic equation by using scissors or folding it, we can find the area of 11*11 square in terms of unit square. With a similar idea we can do triangles (Main triangle and unit triangle).
Imagine a valley y=x^2. A circle with radius = 5 is inside it. Another circle, with radius = 4 is above the previous circle, (and inclined to right side) (PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHMENT zip file) Find the area between y=x^2 and the 2 circles (Not allowed to use computer.)
Need to know the formula for finding area and circumference of a circle 2
In a circle of radius 6 centimeters, find the area of the segment bound by an arc of measure 120 degrees and the chord joining the endpoints of the arc. Round your answer to nearest tenth. A. 36.1 cm squared B. 6.8 cm squared C. 5.7 cm squared D. none of these