# Find the area and perimeter of shaded region.

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• The answer is $6\frac{1}{2}$ – John Joy Dec 9 '15 at 14:51

The area is given by the area of the circular sector (⌔): $$\frac{\theta}{2} \times r^2$$ minus the are of triangle (△): $$\frac{b \times h}{2}=\frac{r \times r sin(\theta)}{2}.$$ For both equations, $\theta$ is the absolute value of the angle, given by $$\theta= \frac{71^{\circ}}{360^{\circ}}\times 2 \pi.$$ Thus, the required area is $$\frac{\theta}{2} \times r^2 - \frac{r \times r sin(\theta)}{2} = \frac{\theta-\sin(\theta)}{2} \times r^2 = \frac{\frac{71^{\circ}}{360^{\circ}}\times 2 \pi - \sin(\frac{71^{\circ}}{360^{\circ}}\times 2 \pi)}{2} \times (10[m])^2 = 14.7 \,m^2.$$
For the perimeter of this region, we just have to add the arc (⌒) lengh (fraction of the the total perimeter of the circumference) and the straight line length (given by the Law of Cosines): $$\theta \times r + \sqrt{r^2 + r^2 - 2 \times r \times r\times \cos(\theta)} = 24.0 \,m.$$
The area of the circle is $\pi r^2$ so the area of a sector of $1$ degree is $\frac{\pi r^2}{360}$ hence your sector has an area equal to $71\cdot\frac{\pi r^2}{360}\cdot$. You have now to rest the area $\frac{100 \sin (71)}{2}$ of the triangle in your figure.
For area Use formula of area of sector-area of ttiangle which is given by $\frac{\theta}{360}πr^2-\frac{1}{2}r^2sin\theta$ plug in the values. For length or perimeter we can uae length of sector +length of third side . $\frac{\theta}{360}2πr+length of third side$ . For length use components ie $l=rsin(54.5)=10sin(54.5)$ hope now im clear on it.