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In the figure above, LMN and NPQ are semicircles of the same size. If

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In the figure above, LMN and NPQ are semicircles of the same size. If arc LRQ is also a semicircleand the length of line segment NQ is 5, what is the area of the semicircular region LRQ?

(A) 25π/8
(B) 25π/4
(C) 10π
(D) 25π/2
(E) 25π

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In the figure above, LMN and NPQ are semicircles of the same size. If arc LRQ is also a semicircleand the length of line segment NQ is 5, what is the area of the semicircular region LRQ?

(A) 25π/8
(B) 25π/4
(C) 10π
(D) 25π/2
(E) 25π

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Two small semicircles of the same size have equal diameters.

Semicircle NPQ has diameter NQ = 5
The other small semicircle has diameter (LN)=5

Large semicircle LRQ intercepts both equally-sized small semicircles. Thus, one small semicircle's diameter =
LRQ's radius = 5

Area of large semicircle LRQ:
\(\frac{\pi r^2}{2} = \frac{\pi 5^2}{2}=\frac{25\pi}{2}\)

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In the figure above, LMN and NPQ are semicircles of the same size. If arc LRQ is also a semicircleand the length of line segment NQ is 5, what is the area of the semicircular region LRQ?

(A) 25π/8
(B) 25π/4
(C) 10π
(D) 25π/2
(E) 25π

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LRQ is a semicircle of radius 5. Therefore, the area of LRQ is 1/2 x π x 5^2 = 25π/2.

Answer: D
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