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Two goats are each tied at corners A and B of a fenced rectangular fie

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Two goats are each tied at corners A and B of a fenced rectangular field of area 50. The goat's tethers allow them to graze within circular regions of radius 5, centered at A and B, respectively. The two grazing areas meet at point G, but do not overlap. If the goats graze the entire shaded area within their respective reach by the end of the day, what is the area of the un-grazed, un-shaded region?

A. 50 - 25∏

B. 25(2 - ∏/2)

C. 25(2 - ∏/4)

D. 12.5 ∏

E. 25∏

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AG=BG=5
and AD=BC=5

Area of ABCD= 50
Area of un-shaded region= Area of ABCD - Area of two quarter of circle with radius 5

=>Area of un-shaded region= 50 - (\(\frac{∏* 5^2}{4}\) + \(\frac{∏* 5^2}{4}\))

=50 - \(\frac{25∏}{2}\)

=25(2- ∏/2) (B) Ans
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Re: Two goats are each tied at corners A and B of a fenced rectangular fie  [#permalink]

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New post 22 Oct 2019, 23:40
area grazed
2*90/360*pi*25 ;25pi/2
total area; 50
left area ;
50-25pi/2 or say
25(2 - ∏/2)
IMO B

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Two goats are each tied at corners A and B of a fenced rectangular field of area 50. The goat's tethers allow them to graze within circular regions of radius 5, centered at A and B, respectively. The two grazing areas meet at point G, but do not overlap. If the goats graze the entire shaded area within their respective reach by the end of the day, what is the area of the un-grazed, un-shaded region?

A. 50 - 25∏

B. 25(2 - ∏/2)

C. 25(2 - ∏/4)

D. 12.5 ∏

E. 25∏

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