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A round mirror, radius $$5\sqrt{2}$$, is encircled by a frame of uniform width. If the circumference of the frame is 20π, what is the area of the frame?

A. $$375\pi$$

B. $$200\pi$$

C. $$100\pi$$

D. $$75\pi$$

E. $$50\pi$$

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A round mirror, radius $$5\sqrt{2}$$, is encircled by a frame of uniform width. If the circumference of the frame is 20π, what is the area of the frame?

A. $$375\pi$$

B. $$200\pi$$

C. $$100\pi$$

D. $$75\pi$$

E. $$50\pi$$

Circumference of Frame = 2πR = 20π

i.e. Radius of frame = R = 10

Area of Frame = Area of bigger circle - Area of smaller circle = π(R^2-r^2) = π(10^2 - 5√2^2) = π(100-50) = 50π

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