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Region Q, shown here, is defined by

\((x−6)^{​2} +(y−4)^{2} \leq 100\),

\(y\geq{0}\), and \(x\geq{0}\).

What is the approximate area of Region Q in square units?

A.between 75 and 125
B.between 125 and 175
C.between 175 and 225
D.between 225 and 275
E.between 275 and 325
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Region Q, shown here, is defined by

\((x−6)^{​2} +(y−4)^{2} \leq 100\),

\(y\geq{0}\), and \(x\geq{0}\).

What is the approximate area of Region Q in square units?

A.between 75 and 125
B.between 125 and 175
C.between 175 and 225
D.between 225 and 275
E.between 275 and 325
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Look at the attached figure..
Ans C

Join the parallel lines as shown..
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Gnpth wrote:
Region Q, shown here, is defined by

\((x−6)^{​2} +(y−4)^{2} \leq 100\),

\(y\geq{0}\), and \(x\geq{0}\).

What is the approximate area of Region Q in square units?

A.between 75 and 125
B.between 125 and 175
C.between 175 and 225
D.between 225 and 275
E.between 275 and 325
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As we can see the point (6,4) is a centre of the circle. The dash line is a radius wchich is 10. Circle area =\(\pi * r^2\) \(= 100 *\pi\) = 300

The shaded region is around \(\frac{2}{3}\) of the circle area => \(\frac{2}{3} * 300 = 200\)

Hence, the answer is C
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Vorovski wrote:
Gnpth wrote:
Region Q, shown here, is defined by

\((x−6)^{​2} +(y−4)^{2} \leq 100\),

\(y\geq{0}\), and \(x\geq{0}\).

What is the approximate area of Region Q in square units?

A.between 75 and 125
B.between 125 and 175
C.between 175 and 225
D.between 225 and 275
E.between 275 and 325
Attachment:
Capture.PNG



As we can see the point (6,4) is a centre of the circle. The dash line is a radius wchich is 10. Circle area =\(\pi * r^2\) \(= 100 *\pi\) = 300

The shaded region is around \(\frac{2}{3}\) of the circle area => \(\frac{2}{3} * 300 = 200\)

Hence, the answer is C


Can you eloborate how you arrived at 2/3??
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Gnpth wrote:
Region Q, shown here, is defined by

\((x−6)^{​2} +(y−4)^{2} \leq 100\),

\(y\geq{0}\), and \(x\geq{0}\).

What is the approximate area of Region Q in square units?

A.between 75 and 125
B.between 125 and 175
C.between 175 and 225
D.between 225 and 275
E.between 275 and 325
Attachment:
Capture.PNG


Look at the attached figure..
Ans C

Join the parallel lines as shown..


Expert can you post a clear cut solution... image is not that clear?
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New post 29 Nov 2017, 01:57
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Vorovski wrote:
Gnpth wrote:
Region Q, shown here, is defined by

\((x−6)^{​2} +(y−4)^{2} \leq 100\),

\(y\geq{0}\), and \(x\geq{0}\).

What is the approximate area of Region Q in square units?

A.between 75 and 125
B.between 125 and 175
C.between 175 and 225
D.between 225 and 275
E.between 275 and 325
Attachment:
Capture.PNG



As we can see the point (6,4) is a centre of the circle. The dash line is a radius wchich is 10. Circle area =\(\pi * r^2\) \(= 100 *\pi\) = 300

The shaded region is around \(\frac{2}{3}\) of the circle area => \(\frac{2}{3} * 300 = 200\)

Hence, the answer is C


Can you eloborate how you arrived at 2/3??


The shaded region is around 70% of the circle and 70% is around 2/3.
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Gnpth wrote:
Region Q, shown here, is defined by

\((x−6)^{​2} +(y−4)^{2} \leq 100\),

\(y\geq{0}\), and \(x\geq{0}\).

What is the approximate area of Region Q in square units?

A.between 75 and 125
B.between 125 and 175
C.between 175 and 225
D.between 225 and 275
E.between 275 and 325
Attachment:
Capture.PNG


The shaded region could be seen as sum of three areas: a quarter of a circle and two rectangles (the shaded region is a bit less)

Area of quarter of a circle \(= (\pi * r^2)/4 = (3.14 * 10^2)/4 = 314/4 = 75\) approx

Area of each rectangle \(= 16*4 + 6*10 = 124\)

So total shaded area will be a bit less than 75 + 124 = 199

The reduced area at the top of the top rectangle is less than 6*2/2 = 6
The reduced area at the right of the lower triangle will be even less.

Answer (C)
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