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In the figure above, the black circle is inscribed in square \(\square ABCD,\) and the white square is inscribed in the circle. If the length of \(\overline{AB}\) is \(\lvert\overline{AB}\rvert=8,\) what is the area of the shaded region?

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In the figure above, circle \(O\) of radius \(8\) is inscribed in square \(ABCD.\) What is the area of the shaded region?

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Above illustration is a square circumscribed about a circle. If \(\overline{CD} = 12,\) What is the area of the circle?

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In the above diagram, circle \(P\) with radius \(8\) is inscribed in square \(ABCD.\) If a point is picked at random from the interior of the square, what is the probability that the point will lie in the shaded regions?

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In the figure above, if circle \(O\) with radius of \(5\) is inscribed in square \(ABCD\) in such a way that each side of the square is tangent to the circle, which of the following statements must be true?

**I.** \(\lvert{\overline{AB}}\rvert \times \lvert{\overline{CD}}\rvert < 25\pi\)

**II.** \(\text{Area of } \square ABCD = 100\)

**III.** \(\displaystyle 5 < \frac{2 \times \lvert{\overline{CD}}\rvert}{\pi}\)

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