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26 June, 12:51

The largest possible circle is cut out of a square whose side length is 8 feet. What will be the approximate area, in square feet, of the remaining board?

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  1. 26 June, 13:43
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    =13.73 ft²

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The diameter of the largest possible circle that can be cut out of a square is equal to the length of the side of the square.

    Therefore the diameter of the circle cut from a square of side 8ft = 8ft

    r=4ft

    Area of the remaining board = Area of square - area of circle

    =side²-πr²

    =8²-π*4²

    =64-16π

    =13.73 ft²
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