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The diagonal has length <math>\sqrt{2}+1+2+2+1+\sqrt{2}=6+2\sqrt{2}</math>. Therefore the sides have length <math>2+3\sqrt{2}</math>, and the area is | The diagonal has length <math>\sqrt{2}+1+2+2+1+\sqrt{2}=6+2\sqrt{2}</math>. Therefore the sides have length <math>2+3\sqrt{2}</math>, and the area is | ||
− | <cmath>A=(2+3\sqrt{2})^2=4+6\sqrt{2}+6\sqrt{2}+18=22+12\sqrt{2} \Rightarrow \text{( | + | <cmath>A=(2+3\sqrt{2})^2=4+6\sqrt{2}+6\sqrt{2}+18=22+12\sqrt{2} \Rightarrow \text{(B)}</cmath> |
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Revision as of 19:38, 1 March 2008
Problem
Four circles of radius are each tangent to two sides of a square and externally tangent to a circle of radius , as shown. What is the area of the square?
Solution
The diagonal has length . Therefore the sides have length , and the area is
See Also
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