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# PS 1. What is the greatest possible area of a triangular

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PS 1. What is the greatest possible area of a triangular region with one vertex on the centre of the circle and the other to vertices on the circle?

A) Root3/4 B) 1/2 C) Pi/4 D)1 E) Root2
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26 Jul 2007, 08:42
the radius is not given with this one.. So, i thought this might be a lil different.. they result in the same answer.. I didn't want to delete the other post to avoid confusion
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26 Jul 2007, 09:58
bewakoof wrote:
the radius is not given with this one.. So, i thought this might be a lil different.. they result in the same answer.. I didn't want to delete the other post to avoid confusion

what a dumb I am.
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26 Jul 2007, 10:14
I dont' understand.
How can u arrive at an answer without radius in the solution.
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# PS 1. What is the greatest possible area of a triangular

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