# pls answer 19 20 Q.19. Two concentric circles are of radii 6.5 cm and 2.5 cm. Find the length of the chord of larger circle which is tangent to smaller circle. Q.20. Find the area of the shaded region in figure, if BC = BD = 8 cm, AC = AD = 15 cm and O is the centre of the circle. ( Take $\mathrm{\pi }$ = 3.14).

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20-      1) find ab using pythagoras theorem  as ANGLE  C=90 degree as ab subtends an angle on the circle
2)  find area of triangle abc using 1/2*al*base = 1/2 * 15*8
3)find area of semi circle
4) subtract area of triangle from area of semicircle=area of shaded region of semi circle
5) so , area of shaded region=2*area of shaded region of semi circle
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19 . Radius of bigger circle(R) = 6.5cm
Radius of smaller circle(r) = 2.5cm
The chord of the bigger circle becomes a tangent to the smaller circle.
Using Pythagoras Theorem -
(6.5)= (2.5)+ BA2
42.25 = 6.25 + BA2
42.25-6.25 = BA2
36 = BA2
.:. BA = root of 36
BA = 6cm
Length of the chord = 2 x 6
=12cm.

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