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A circle is a simple closed figure in which all the points that lie on it are

equidistant from a point called center.

Radius: The line segment that connects the center of the circle to any

point on the circle is called radius. OB, OA, OX, OY are the different radii of

the circle in the figure above. Infinite number of radii can be drawn for any

circle.

Diameter: The line segment that passes through the center and connects

two points on the circle is called the diameter. AB is the diameter of the

circle. Like radius, infinite number of diameters can be drawn in a circle.

Diameter = 2 * radius Or

Radius = Diameter / 2

Chord: The line segment that connects any two points on a circle is a

chord. Infinite number of chords can be drawn in a circle. XY is a chord of

the circle.

Apparently, the diameter is the longest chord of a circle.

Circumference:

The measure of the distance around the edge of a circle is the

circumference of the circle.

C = 2pr

C = pd

Area:

The area of a circle is given by the formula,

A = pr2

A = pd2/4

An arc is a part of the circumference of the circle. XY is an arc in the figure

above.

A sector is the area covered by two radii and the arc connecting them. XLY

and XOY are two of the sectors in the figure above.

Central Angle: The angle whose one vertex lies on the center of the

circle is a central angle. XOY is a central angle in the figure above.

Inscribed angle: The angle whose one vertex lies on one part of the

circle and the other two end points lie on other place on the circle, is

called an inscribed angle. XLY, OXY, OYX are some of the inscribed

angles in the figure above.

Inscribed angles subtended by the same arc are equal.

XOY = 2 XLY

Tangent: A tangent of a circle is a line that just touches the circle at one

point without intersecting it. MN is the tangent in the figure above.

Circumscribed circle: If a polygon is present inside a circle in such a way

that all its vertices lie on the circle, or just touch the circle, then the circle

is called a circumscribed circle.

Note: When a triangle is inscribed inside a circle and if one of the sides of

the triangle is diameter of the circle, then the diameter acts as

hypotenuse and the triangle is right. This is called the Thales theorem.

Inscribed circle: If a circle is present inside a polygon in such a way that

the sides of polygon are just touching the circumference of the circle then

the circle is called an inscribed circle.

Area of a semicircle = pr2 / 2

the diameter

(2pr/2) + 2r

pr+2r

r(2+p)

shaded region.

Solution:

Area of the shaded region = Area of the circle (Area of the triangle QRS

+ Area of the semicircle)

it becomes the hypotenuse and the triangle is right.

Radius = 5 Diameter, QS = 10

QR = 6 (given)

100 = 36 + RS2 RS = 8. We can also see that this triplet is a multiple of

the famous Pythagorean triplet 3, 4, 5.

Area of the shaded region = 25p (24 + 12.5p) = (12.5p 24) sq. units.

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