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(10,0),(0,10),(-10,0),(0,-10) This are the four points which acn have max area.
so diagonal of this square is of lengh 20..
20^2 = r^2 +r^2
400 = 2r^2
r^2 = area = 200..
That's exactly what I get. IMO, the best way to solve this kind of problems is to calculate the points where the area cuts the axis.
I think this problem has already come up in a recent post.
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