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2, A couple, Jack and Meg, has a rectangular backyard measuring 24 m by 18 m.
They would like to install a circular pool. They have submitted a plan in which
they have divided up their backyard into nine identical rectangles (as shown).
The circumference of the pool would pass through the four vertices of the middle
rectangle and the pool would completely cover the middle rectangle. The distance
across the centre of the pool equals the length of the diagonal of the middle
rectangle.
They have submitted their plan to the municipality in order to obtain a permit
for the construction of their pool. However, a city by-law states that a new pool
in a backyard may not cover more than one-sixth of the area of the backyard.
Will their plan be approved?
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each box has dimension
C
8x6 as given they are identical 10
(
diagonal of middle rectangle
192 +62 ( Pithagorous law )
6
=
167 + 36
8
J100 = 10 meter
as given that distance across the centre of...

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