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Find the Shaded Area. D. E. C. B. A. F. Question 1. AD is a common side of the squares ABCD and ADEF. The length AD is 10 cm. BB and DF are arcs of circles. 100 cm 2. Question 2. In the diagram below, the radius of a small circle is 1 cm. Take  = 3.14. 3.14 cm 2. 10 cm. 10 cm.

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question 1

D

E

C

B

A

F

Question 1

AD is a common side of the squares ABCD and ADEF. The length AD is 10 cm. BB and DF are arcs of circles.

100 cm2

question 2
Question 2

In the diagram below, the radius of a small circle is 1 cm.

Take  = 3.14

3.14 cm2

question 3

10 cm

10 cm

Question 3

25 cm2

question 4

4 cm

6 cm

4 cm

Question 4

10 cm2

question 5

2 cm

4 cm

Question 5

Take  = 3.14

3.14 cm2

question 6

12 cm

16 cm

20 cm

Question 6

Take  = 3.14

96 cm2

question 7

10 cm

Question 7

Take  = 3.14

12.5 cm2

question 8
Question 8

60°

3 cm

Take  = 3.14

4.71 cm2

question 9

10 cm

33  cm2

Question 9

Leave your answer in terms of  .

question 10

45°

45°

20 cm

Question 10

Take  = 3.14

107 cm2