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i'm pretty much sure it gets to the main pic
I get the following thumbnail but I can’t open it on the Google page. where d is semicircle diameter / triangle side and A and is semicircle area. Thus Hence the area of the third semicircle is 20.
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got another question: The triangle ABC shown is a right triangle. The semicircles have the sides of the triangle as diameters. The areas of two of the semicircles are shown. What is the area of the third semicircle?
the picture is here: http://classroom.artofproblemsolving.com/latex/e/4/4/e44183c89cddb01c6e653eb0a08526a673fb8717.png
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1. A cube is sliced with one straight slice which passes through two opposite edges. The result is two solids, as shown. The area of the largest face on one of these two solids is 242\sqrt {2} square units. What was the exact surface area of the original cube? 