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## Main Question or Discussion Point

A perfect square inside a circle (so the inner square's corners touch the circle) and a perfect square surrounds the circle (so the circle touches the sides of the outer square. Are the extra bits between the inner square and the circle equal to the extra bits between the circle and the outer square?

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

Thanks

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

Thanks