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Two ends of a wire of length 73.26 cm are joined to form a

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Two ends of a wire of length 73.26 cm are joined to form a loop. This loop is now spread on a rectangular table of dimensions 140 * 140 cm2.
What is the ratio of area of the table within the boundary of the loop if the loop is made into a Circle, Rectangle, Square and Triangle? (Ac:Ar:As:At)
The length of the rectangle is twice its breadth, and the triangle is an equilateral triangle

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 [#permalink] New post 16 Jul 2004, 22:47
Is this really a 2 minute question or 5 minutes question??

Solvable, just need time.
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