# Circular segment Problems

a circular segment is a region of a circle which is "cut off" from the rest of the circle by a secant or a chord.#### Number of problems found: 8

- Tunnel boring

How much material did they dig when cutting the 400m long tunnel? The content of the circular segment, which is the cross section of the tunnel is 62m2. - Chord BC

A circle k has the center at the point S = [0; 0]. Point A = [40; 30] lies on the circle k. How long is the chord BC if the center P of this chord has the coordinates: [- 14; 0]? - Circular pool

The base of the pool is a circle with a radius r = 10 m, excluding a circular segment that determines the chord length 10 meters. The pool depth is h = 2m. How many hectoliters of water can fit into the pool? - Spherical segment

The spherical segment with height h=5 has a volume V=117. Calculate the radius of the sphere of which is cut this segment. - Arc and segment

Calculate the length of circular arc l, area of the circular arc S_{1}and area of circular segment S_{2}. Radius of the circle is 11 and corresponding angle is ?. - Circular segment

Calculate the area S of the circular segment and the length of the circular arc l. The height of the circular segment is 2 cm and the angle α = 60°. Help formula: S = 1/2 r2. (Β-sinβ) - Ratio of squares

A circle is given in which a square is inscribed. The smaller square is inscribed in a circular arc formed by the side of the square and the arc of the circle. What is the ratio of the areas of the large and small squares? - Sphere parts, segment

A sphere with a diameter of 20.6 cm, the cut is a circle with a diameter of 16.2 cm. .What are the volume of the segment and the surface of the segment?

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