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In the figure associated, circle O has has center O, has diameter AB and radius 5. Line CD is parallel to the diameter. What is the perimeter of the shaded region.

A. (5/3)$$\pi$$+5\sqrt{3}
B. (5/3)$$\pi$$+10\sqrt{3}
C. (10/3)$$\pi$$+5\sqrt{3}
D. (10/3)$$\pi$$+10\sqrt{3}
E. (10/3)$$\pi$$+20\sqrt{3}

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07 Apr 2017, 01:53
RudraM wrote:
In the figure associated, circle O has has center O, has diameter AB and radius 5. Line CD is parallel to the diameter. What is the perimeter of the shaded region.

A. (5/3)$$\pi$$+5\sqrt{3}
B. (5/3)$$\pi$$+10\sqrt{3}
C. (10/3)$$\pi$$+5\sqrt{3}
D. (10/3)$$\pi$$+10\sqrt{3}
E. (10/3)$$\pi$$+20\sqrt{3}

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09 Apr 2017, 07:48
RudraM wrote:
In the figure associated, circle O has has center O, has diameter AB and radius 5. Line CD is parallel to the diameter. What is the perimeter of the shaded region.

A. (5/3)$$\pi$$+5\sqrt{3}
B. (5/3)$$\pi$$+10\sqrt{3}
C. (10/3)$$\pi$$+5\sqrt{3}
D. (10/3)$$\pi$$+10\sqrt{3}
E. (10/3)$$\pi$$+20\sqrt{3}

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