Due October 11th

This problem can be solved with a combination of geometry and trigonometry. There are several steps. We consider this to be a Hard problem, worth 20 points. Send answers to mathstat@uoguelph.ca

What is the area outside of the square but inside the circle if the square and the circle have equal perimeter?

To help you we shaded the area outside the square but inside the circle blue. The corners of the square are (-2,-2),(-2,2),(2,2), and (2,-2). The center of the circle is (0,0). If you click on the diagram you can get a larger version.

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