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In Triangle AOD, (AD)^2=(AO)^2 + (OD)^2 ,since AO=OD=r, on substituting value and calculating we will get , r=3.
Area of circle will be πr^2=9π

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In the figure shown below, line segments AC and BD are diameters of the circle. If the distance between A and D is 6/√2, what is the area of the circle?


(A) 4π
(B) 6π
(C) 9π
(D) 18π
(E) 32π

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Since AD=\(\frac{6}{\sqrt{2}}\), \(\sqrt{2}\) x R=\(\frac{6}{\sqrt{2}}\)
Radius R = 3
Area = \(\pi\) \(R^2\) = 9\(\pi\)
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New post 06 Oct 2018, 03:18
Being AD=2r*sin45
AD=2r*√2/2
and we know that AD= 6/√2
Therefore r=3 and Area= 9π
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