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Consider three concentric circles A, B and C of radii 3, 5 and 10 unit

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Consider three concentric circles A, B and C of radii 3, 5 and 10 units respectively. The area of the circle C is what percentage greater than the area enclosed between circles A and B?

A. 625%
B. 525%
C. 400%
D. 194%
E. 6.25%

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    • Area of triangle A = \(π*3^2 = 9* π \)units
    • Area of triangle B =\( π*5^2 = 25* π\) units
      o Area between the triangle A and B = \(25* π – 9* π = 16* π\) units
    • Area of triangle C = \(π*10^2 = 100π\) units
      o Area of triangle C – Area between triangle A and B = \(100* π – 16* π = 84* π\) units
    • The required percentage = \(\frac{84* π}{16* π} *100= 5.25*100 = 525%\)
Hence, the correct answer is Option B.
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Bunuel wrote:
Consider three concentric circles A, B and C of radii 3, 5 and 10 units respectively. The area of the circle C is what percentage greater than the area enclosed between circles A and B?

A. 625%
B. 525%
C. 400%
D. 194%
E. 6.25%


Area of circle C = \( = 10^2\pi = 100\pi \)
Area enclosed between circle A & B = \((5^2 - 3^2)\pi = 16 \pi\)
The area of the circle C is what percentage greater than the area enclosed between circles A and B = \((\frac{100}{16} - 1)*100 \% = \frac{8400}{16} \%= \frac{2100}{4} \%= 525\%\)

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Re: Consider three concentric circles A, B and C of radii 3, 5 and 10 unit  [#permalink]

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Answer - B) 525%

Approach - Since this is a question of percentage difference, I understood that there would be a ratio which is why I didn't bother even considering the existence of pi and worked simply on the numbers given, which are very workable numbers.

Area enclosed between circles A and B = 25-9 = 16 sq. units.
Area of circle C = 100 sq. units.
Percentage difference = (100-16)/16, = 84/16 which can be simplified to 21/4, which can be calculated to 525%.

Difficulty Level - Very easy, unless there is something that I missed out on reading, given that this has been marked as 700-level question. It took me about 30 seconds to solve this, most of which was spent calculating 21/4.
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Re: Consider three concentric circles A, B and C of radii 3, 5 and 10 unit   [#permalink] 02 Apr 2020, 10:05

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