# Seagull

Artificially created island in the shape of a circle with a radius of 50 m is overgrown with grass. The only exception is a landing area for helicopters in the shape of a rectangle measuring 15 m and 8 m. What is the probability that the flying seagull (without the use of the senses, eyes, ......) make land to landing area?

Result

p =  1.528 %

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