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1.

13 cm

5.2 cm

O
A

The figure shows the sector OCB of radius 13 cm at the center O. The length of the arc
CB = 5.2 cm. Find
a. The angle in radians.
b. The perimeter of the shaded region.
2.

5 cm

6 cm

A
5 cm

The figure shows the sector AOB of a circle, center O and radius 5 cm. The length of the
arc AB is 6 cm. Find the area of
a. The sector AOB.
b. The shaded region.

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3. Diagram below shows a sector QOR of a circle with center O.


Q

1.75 rad
O

R
S

It is given that PS = 8 cm and QP = PO = OS = SR = 5 cm. Find


a. The length, in cm, of the arc QR.
b. The area, in cm2, of the shaded region.
4. Diagram below shows a circle with center O.

The length of the minor arc is 16 cm and the angle of the major sector AOB is 290.
Using = 3.142, find
a. The value of , in radians.
b. The length, in cm, of the radius of the circle.

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5. Diagram below shows sector OPQ with center O and sector PXY with center P.
P

X
Y

O
Q

Given that OQ = 8 cm, PY = 3 cm, XPY = 1.2 radians and the length of arc PQ = 6 cm,
calculate
a. The value of , in radians.
b. The area, in cm2, of the shaded region.
6. Diagram below shows a circle with center O and radius 12 cm.

O
A

12 cm
C

Given that A, B and C are points such that OA = AB and OAC = 90, find
a. BOC, in radians.
b. The area, in cm2, of the shaded region.

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7. Diagram shows a circle, center O and radius of 8 cm inscribed in a sector SPT of a circle
at center P. The straight lines, SP and TP, are tangents to the circle at point Q and point R,
respectively.

S
8 cm

60

Calculate
a. The length, in cm, of the arc ST.
b. The area, in cm2, of the shaded region.
8. Diagram below shows two circles. The larger circle has center A and radius 20 cm. The
smaller circle has center B and radius 12 cm. The circles touch at point R. The straight
line PQ is a common tangent to the circles at point P and point Q.

12 cm
B

R
P

20 cm

Given that PAR = radians,


a. Show that = 1.32.
b. Calculate the length, in cm, of the minor arc QR.
c. Calculate the area, in cm2, of the shaded region.

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9. Diagram below shows a circle PQRT, center O and radius of 5 cm. AQB is a tangent to
the circle at Q. The straight lines, AO and BO, intersect the circle at P and R respectively.
OPQR is a rhombus. ACB is an arc of a circle at center O.
C
A

Q
x rad

Calculate
a. The angle x, in terms of .
b. The length, in cm, of the arc ACB.
c. The area, in cm2, of the shaded region.
10.
Y
X
A

5 cm

10 cm

0.82 rad
O

In the diagram above, AXB is an arc of a circle center O and radius of 10 cm with
AOB = 0.82 radian. AYB is an arc of a circle center P and radius of 5 cm with APB =
. Calculate
a. The length of the chord AB.
b. The value of in radians.
c. The differences in length between the arcs AYB and AXB.

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