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The vertices of a square inscribed in a circle just touch the circumference of the circle. How many times larger than the square is the circle?

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waitingforgodo 7 Sep 7

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pir^2/((r^2r^2)^.5)^2 = pir^2/2r^2 = pi/2

I can tell by your posts that you are a troublemaker.

@waitingforgodo Good Trouble.


I hate math (or whatever type of question this is)....but your "choices" are Hilarious!!!!

If that's the case then we are agreed that maths is a joke.


Who gives a brass razoo for square pegs in round holes? My penis has rarely encountered a problem.

It's not square.

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