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`         Let ABCD be rectangle and a semicircle be drawn with AB as the diameter, externally to the rectangle. If the perimeter of the figure so obtained is a constant p and the figure has the maximum possible area, then the ratio of the rectangular portion to the area of the rest of the figure is(A) 2:pi(B)pi:2(C)pi:4(D)4:piPLEASE NEEDED URGENT REPLY`
5 years ago

K Keerthirajan
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```							Answer is (A)Solution:Let AB = rArea of rectangle : Area of Semicircler2 : pir2/2Therefore, 2 :pi
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