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# Two circles are placed inside an equilateral triangle as shown in the

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Two circles are placed inside an equilateral triangle as shown in the figure below. Find is the ratio of the area of the smaller circle to that of the equilateral triangle.

A. π:36√3
B. π:18√3
C. π:27√3
D. π:42√3
E. π:50√3

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19 Feb 2020, 00:14
DisciplinedPrep wrote:
Two circles are placed inside an equilateral triangle as shown in the figure below. Find is the ratio of the area of the smaller circle to that of the equilateral triangle.

A. π:36√3
B. π:18√3
C. π:27√3
D. π:42√3
E. π:50√3

Discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/two-circles- ... fl=similar Hope it helps.
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