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In the figure four concentric circles are shown, is the area of the shaded region greater than the area of the unshaded region?

(1) The radii of the two smallest circles are 1 and 2, respectively.
(2) The circumferences of the two largest circles are 6π and 8π, respectively.


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In the figure four concentric circles are shown, is the area of the shaded region greater than the area of the unshaded region?

(1) The radii of the two smallest circles are 1 and 2, respectively.
(2) The circumferences of the two largest circles are 6π and 8π, respectively.


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St1) The figure is not restricted. The outer two circles can assume any value.

Not suff.

St2) The figure is not restricted. The inner two circles can assume any value.

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The figure is restricted. So we will have a definite answer.
Sufficient

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