The image is a "shark fin"
The area of the shaded area (the shark fin) is ¼ of the black circle with radius 56
minus
½ of the white circle with radius 25
gives the area of the "shark fin" : 392π

No, I did not post it as a problem. It was a problem and I noticed there were no solutions as yet. So I tried to give mine. Ans is 392π square units. But I'm not sure if I did it correctly. Can you let me know? How do I find this problem again? I do not know the title; I called it "fin" because it reminded me of a shark fin. Thanks, Gwen

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No, I did not post it as a problem. It was a problem and I noticed there were no solutions as yet. So I tried to give mine. Ans is 392π square units. But I'm not sure if I did it correctly. Can you let me know? How do I find this problem again? I do not know the title; I called it "fin" because it reminded me of a shark fin. Thanks, Gwen

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Shark fin ^_^

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shark fin

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Did you get my solution ?

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