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Homework Help: solid mensuration

Posted by Cathy on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at 7:03am.

Two perpendicular chords divide a circle with a radius of 13 cm into 4 parts. If the perpendicular distances of both chords are 5 cm each from the center of the circle, find the area of the smallest part.


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