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area of medalion = pi r^2

area of glass region = pi(r-s)^2

area of frame = pi r^2 - pi(r-s)^2 = pi( r^2 - r^2+2rs-s^2) =

pi (2rs- s^2) = pi s(2r - s)
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area of medalion = pi r^2

area of glass region = pi(r-s)^2

area of frame = pi r^2 - pi(r-s)^2 = pi( r^2 - r^2+2rs-s^2) =

pi (2rs- s^2) = pi s(2r - s)


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