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π΄π΅ and π΅πΆ are two tangents to the circle π where π΅ and πΆ lie on the circumference. ππ΄ is equal to 14 centimeters and the radius of the circle is seven centimeters. Find the area of the part between the two tangents and the smaller arc π΅πΆ giving the answer to the nearest square centimeter.

This might look a little tricky at first. But we can break the problem down into several smaller parts. First, we see that if we add the radii π΅π and ππΆ onto the diagram, we can form two right-angled triangles. Thatβs π΄π΅π and π΄πΆπ. This is because the angle between a tangent and a radius is 90 degrees. So angles π΄π΅π and π΄πΆπ must both be 90 degrees.

Once we spot this, we can use right angle trigonometry to work out the measure of angle π΄ππ΅ and π΄ππΆ. Drawing triangle π΄ππ΅ out, we were told that ππ΄ is 14 centimeters. So the hypotenuse of our triangle is 14 centimeters. Itβs the side opposite the right angle and itβs always the longest side in the triangle. The radius ππ΅ is seven centimeters. Thatβs the adjacent side and itβs the side next to the included angle.

We can now use the cosine ratio to find the measure of the angle π. Cos of π is equal to adjacent divided by hypotenuse. In this case, thatβs seven divided by 14 which is 0.5. We can solve this equation for π by finding the inverse of the cosine ratio. Thatβs inverse cos of 0.5. This is one of those standard results that we should know by heart. But if we donβt, we get π over three radians.

Now that we have this information, we can find the area of the triangle π΄π΅π. Once we have that, we can then find the area of the quadrilateral π΄π΅ππΆ. And then, we will be able to subtract the area of the arc to find the area required. There are actually two ways we could find the area of this triangle.

One way would be to find the length of the missing side and then use the formula a half base times height. However, we can use the trigonometric formula: a half π’π£ sin π€. The included angle in our triangle π΄π΅π is π over three. And the sides π’ and π£ are seven centimeters and 14 centimeters. So the area is a half multiplied by seven multiplied by 14 multiplied by sine of π over three.

Once again, sine of π over three is one of those standard results we should know by heart. Its root three over two. And we can simplify somewhat by dividing through by two. Once we do, we can see that the area of our right-angled triangle is 49 root three over two units squared or square units.

We can find the area of the quadrilateral then by multiplying this value by two. Thatβs two multiplied by 49 root three over two. So the area of π΄π΅ππ is 49 root three units squared.

Remember to find the shaded area, we said weβd need to subtract the area of sector πππ. The formula for area of a sector with radius π³ and angle π radians is a half π³ squared π. We know the size of the angle in our sector. Itβs two lots of π over three, two π over three.

So the area is a half multiplied by seven squared multiplied by two π over three. Seven squared is 49. And we can simplify by dividing through by two. And the area of our sector is 49 π over three.

The area we need is the difference between these. Itβs 49 root three minus 49 π over three. Thatβs 33.557. Remember we were asked to give our answer to the nearest square centimeter. And if we do, we can see that the area we require is 34 units squared or 34 centimeters squared.