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Topic: Excluded area around hexagon inscribed in circle
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George Stearns

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From: Manchester, CT
Registered: 5/17/08
Re: Excluded area around hexagon inscribed in circle
Posted: May 17, 2008 9:41 PM
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I am not sure if I understand your question but the area of the hexagon is the area of 12 30,60,90 triangles with sides of 1/2 Radius, Radius, and 3^(1/2)/2*Radius. The area outside is Pi*R^2 - the area of the hexagon.



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