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# If each of the four circles shown above touches two other circles at

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If each of the four circles shown above touches two other circles at exactly one point each and has a radius of 6, what is the perimeter of the shaded region?

A. $$12\pi$$

B. $$8\pi$$

C. $$6\pi$$

D. $$4\pi$$

E. $$3\pi$$

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If each of the four circles shown above touches two other circles at exactly one point each and has a radius of 6, what is the perimeter of the shaded region?

A. $$12\pi$$

B. $$8\pi$$

C. $$6\pi$$

D. $$4\pi$$

E. $$3\pi$$

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perimeter of the shaded region = 4* length of minor arc of each circle =circumference of the circle = 12$$\pi$$
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