1. Square the side of the square to find its area. If its side measures, for instance, 4 inches, 4^2 = 16 square inches. 2. Subtract a quarter of pi from 1  1  (3.142 / 4) = 0.2146
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It is very easy to find the area of a circle with the given radius or diameter. The formula to calculate the area is pi X radius^2, where pi value is 3.14. For example: find the area
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The answer will depend on what part of the circle is shaded.
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If the area that is shaded is the area within the circle, not covered by the square, then yes this will work. Area of a square is s^2, where s is the length of the sides. Area of
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