Note: The parts are formed by lines tangent to the white circle and when the borders between colors are extended, it forms an equilateral triangle.

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TopNewestIs it not 1/3*1/2=1/6? Or you mean full white circle + full blue circle?

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You are right but

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Prove it

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The red part, green part, and yellow part must all have an equal area. This is simply because of symmetry and someone who is not as lazy as I am can prove it in full. The total area of these consists of half of the full logo. This means that it is 1/3 of 1/2 or 1/6 as said by Saya Suka.

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If that had been the case then I'm pretty the sure that there would be multiple answers.

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how do i delete?

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