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What is the geometric possibility of being in the square and not in the circle? The radius of the circle is five inches. Express percent’s to the nearest tenth.

A. 21.5%
B. 23.0%
C. 20.0%

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Step-by-step explanation:

The area of the square is 10^2 = 100.

The area of the circle is (pi)(5^2) = 25pi.

So, the area of the region in the square but not in the circle is 100 - 25pi.

Thus, the desired probability is (100-25pi)/100, which is about 21.5%
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