# Circular measure

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I dont know how to do 7(i) and 7 (3)
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I) should be some trig. Connect P to AB perpendicularly and it should work out.

For the area one, calc the areas of the blank areas then subtract from the rectangle.
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(Original post by mqb2766)
I) should be some trig. Connect P to AB perpendicularly and it should work out.

For the area one, calc the areas of the blank areas then subtract from the rectangle.
I dont understand how to connect P to A perpendicularly
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The line going through P that is perpendicular to AB.
Or find PBC (or CPB) as its basically the same thing.
It's a 1 marker, don't overthink it.
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(Original post by mqb2766)
The line going through P that is perpendicular to AB.
Or find PBC (or CPB) as its basically the same thing.
It's a 1 marker, don't overthink it.
Ok thanks!
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