Hey,
I used a different, more visual approach.
1) I drew the circle.
2) I drew the 2 diameters throught the center of the circle, the intersection of which created a cross that divided tha circle in 4.
3) I halved all of the diameters (marking the radii in fact) and drew the lines that went through their mid points.
4) 16 sections were created.
5) Out of the 16 sections, 4 marked the areas equal or less than half of the radii (and created a square around the center).
6) 12 of the sections were more than half radius away from the center of the circle
In total:
12 / 16 = 3 /4
Does this make sense?
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