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51. The ﬁgure below illustrates an isosceles right
triangle with legs of length 1, along with onefourth of a circle centered at the rightangle
vertex of the triangle. Using the result that
the shortest path between two points is a line
segment, explain why this ﬁgure shows that
2* (square root of ) is < than pi
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