A-Math Circular Measure

5 marks, showing qn. Another question from GCE O Level Additional Mathematics (A-Math).


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5 Responses to A-Math Circular Measure

  1. You can form 2 equilateral triangles within the shaded region itself and the length of each side is 2r.

    Next is to find the total area of these 2 triangles. You can use the equation half x base x height. The base is 2r and the height can be found with pythagoras theorem.

    Since we know that there are 2 equilateral triangles, we will know that the angle is 120 degrees. Thus, find the area of the sector now using the formula half x radius squared x theta. The theta is 120 x pi divide 180.

    Use this value to minus off the total area of the 2 equilateral triangles found earlier. Name this value x.

    The answer can then be proven by the following expression:

    2x + Total Area of the 2 equilateral triangles.

    Good luck to you in your Prelims XD


  2. good question but too much hard as it seems , by looking at it.
    add some more question so that this shall help students.


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