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**Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ223**

The figure below has shown an octagon fit exactly into a circle. The area of the circle is 616cm^{2}. Assume the value π = 22/7, to find the area of the orange shapes.

Solution:

The area of the circle = π × r × r = 616 cm^{2}

r × r = 616 × 7/22 = 196 = 14 × 14

The radius of the circle, r = 14cm

Subdivided the octagon with dotted lines shown

The area of the green triangle = ¼ fraction of the square with green dotted outline

The area of the square with green dotted outline = 4 × ½ × 14 × 14 = 392 cm^{2}

L × L = 392

The length of the square with green dotted outline = 19.80 cm

The ¼ fraction of the octagon = Sum of the area of the green triangle and blue triangle

The area of the octagon = 4 × 14 × 19.8 ÷ 2 = 554.4 cm^{2}

The area of the orange shapes = 616 – 554.4 = 61.6 cm^{2 }

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