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In the figure above, five semicircles are drawn on the number line. Wh

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In the figure above, five semicircles are drawn on the number line. What is the total shaded area?

(A) 5π/16
(B) 5π/8
(C) 5π/4
(D) 5π/2
(E) 5π


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Area of one shaded region is (pi.1^2)/4*(1/2) =pi/8
For 5 such regions area =5.pi/8


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Radius of first shaded region = 1/2.
=> Area of first shaded region= pi*1/2*1/2=pi/4.
=>Area of five identical regions= 5*pi/4=5pi/4.

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Radius of first shaded region = 1/2.
=> Area of first shaded region= pi*1/2*1/2=pi/4.
=>Area of five identical regions= 5*pi/4=5pi/4.

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You are calculating for the entire circle. However here it’s semicircle


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Utkarsh KOhli wrote:
Radius of first shaded region = 1/2.
=> Area of first shaded region= pi*1/2*1/2=pi/4.
=>Area of five identical regions= 5*pi/4=5pi/4.

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You are calculating for the entire circle. However here it’s semicircle


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Bunuel wrote:
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In the figure above, five semicircles are drawn on the number line. What is the total shaded area?

(A) 5π/16
(B) 5π/8
(C) 5π/4
(D) 5π/2
(E) 5π


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The area of each semicircle is 1/2 x (1/2)^2 x π = (1/8)π, so the area of the entire shaded region is 5 x (1/8)π = (5/8)π = 5π/8.

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