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you can solve this without
you can solve this without any use of trigonometry, just triangles (pythagorean theorem) and the area of a circle.
You may take a picture of
In reply to you can solve this without by Erik Markuš (not verified)
You may take a picture of your solution and upload it here. Tnx.