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in the figure below, four semicircle are drawn, each one is centered at the midpoint of one of the sides of the square abcd....

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in the figure below, four semicircle are drawn, each one is centered at the midpoint of one of the sides of the square abcd....

please see the figure below




The answer should be E

16 ( area of square) - 4 pi ( area of a full circle) should give me area of 2 of the 4 un-shared regions.

2*(16-4pi) = 32-8pi ; this is the area of all the 4 un shaded regions.

Now subtract this from 16( area of the square) to get the area of shaded regions.

16-(32-8pi) = -16+8pi

Answer : E




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