A circle has a radius of 14 cm. Another circle has a radius of 7 cm. The centre of the second circle lies on the circumference of the first. Find The common area for both circles.
(P.S The answer might not be elegant)
(In reply to
Calculus solution by Charlie)
A recheck of cris crawford's formula does show in fact that this is the answer that that formula provides. It was my typo in checking it that was wrong. There are several independent computations of the 68.75... answer.

Posted by Charlie
on 20030215 17:03:03 