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Im not explaining this very good but hopefully the question makes sense. Don't know how to include a drawing here.

Thanks

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Im not explaining this very good but hopefully the question makes sense. Don't know how to include a drawing here.

Thanks

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Anyway, do you know the area of a square?

Do you know the area of a circle?

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(fyi I asked a similarly dull question in gen discussion and they moved it to gen math, so I figured I may as well just post here cuz it would probably get moved lol)

thanks!

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1. Start with a unit circle centered at the origin. Its equation is x

2. Inscribe a square inside the circle, then find the coordinates of the corners of the inner square.

3.Circumscribe a larger square around the circle, and find its corner points.

4. From the information obtained, you should be able to find the areas of all of the objects here, and thereby answer your question.

(BTW, "perfect square" is redundant - a square is a square.)

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