Two vertical poles stand 8.4m apart. AA' is 4.4m high, BB' is 3.1m high (A' and B' lying on the ground). A point P on the ground is defined to be a “convenient point”, if the viewing angle of points A and B from P is an acute one. If you move away from the poles, you can certainly find convenient points. There is a region of points on the ground, however, where all points are inconvenient.
Find the area of this region of inconvenient points.