Posted by **Phillip** on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 11:08pm.

I have a picture of a window showing a square in the center with sides measuring 4 feet, over each side of the square is a semi-circle(a total of 4 semi-circles), how can I find the area of the window? Should I find the area of the square and the semi-circles and add them together?

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