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Re: If O is the center of the circle above, what fraction of the [#permalink]
11 Sep 2012, 03:34

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If O is the center of the circle above, what fraction of the circular region is shaded?

(A) 1/12 (B) 1/9 (C) 1/6 (D) 1/4 (E) 1/3

150°+150°=300° of the circle is not shaded, hence 360°-300°=60° of the circle is shaded, which is \(\frac{60}{360}=\frac{1}{6}\) of the circular region.

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11 Sep 2012, 08:56

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Bunuel wrote:

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If O is the center of the circle above, what fraction of the circular region is shaded?

(A) 1/12 (B) 1/9 (C) 1/6 (D) 1/4 (E) 1/3

Total angle in a circle = 360 degree One of Non-shaded angle = 150 degree Other Non-shaded angle = 150 degree (?) because it is opposite angle Total Non-shaded angle = 150 + 150 = 300 degree So, shaded angle = 360 - 300 = 60 degree

Re: If O is the center of the circle above, what fraction of the [#permalink]
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I would say (C), but it seems such an easy answer. Anyways, here is the explanation: 360-2*150=60 60 degrees is the total of shaded regions, so 60/360 = 1/6. So, please correct me if I went awry.

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Fraction of Shaded region = Angle made at the center by shaded region/ Angle at center of a circle = (360-150*2)/360 = 60/360 = 1/6 Answer C _________________

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Re: If O is the center of the circle above, what fraction of the [#permalink]
14 Sep 2012, 04:28

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SOLUTION

If O is the center of the circle above, what fraction of the circular region is shaded?

(A) 1/12 (B) 1/9 (C) 1/6 (D) 1/4 (E) 1/3

150°+150°=300° of the circle is not shaded, hence 360°-300°=60° of the circle is shaded, which is \(\frac{60}{360}=\frac{1}{6}\) of the circular region.

Answer: C.

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