**NCERT Solutions Class 10 Maths Exercise 12.1 -Areas related to circles**

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**Exercise 12.1- Area Related to Circle**

**Exercise 12.2- Areas related to Circle**

**Exercise 12.3-Areas Related to the Circle**

**Q1. The radii of the two circles 19 cm and 9 cm respectively . Find the radius of the circles which has a circumference equal to the sum of the circumferences of two circles.**

Ans.ย Circumference of the circle = 2ฯr, where r is the radius of the circle and ฯ= 22/7

In the question, we are given the radii of two circles r_{1} = 19cm ,r_{2} = 9 cm

Let the radius of the required circle = R

According to question

Circumference of the required circle = Sum of the circumferences of two circles.

2ฯR = 2ฯr_{1}+ 2ฯr_{2}

2ฯR = 2ฯ(r_{1} + r_{2})

R = 19 + 9 = 28

Therefore the radius of the circle is = 28 cm

**Q2.The radii of the two circles 8 cm and 6 cm respectively. Find the radius of the circle having an area equal to the sum of the areas of two circles.**

Ans.

Area of the circle = ฯrยฒ, where r is the radius of the circle and ฯ= 22/7

In the question, we are given the radii of two circles r_{1} = 8cm ,r_{2} = 6cm

Let the radius of the required circle = R

According to question

Area of the required circle = Sum of the areas of two circles.

ฯRยฒ = ฯr_{1}ยฒ+ ฯr_{2}ยฒ

ฯRยฒ = ฯ(r_{1}ยฒ + r_{2}ยฒ)

Rยฒ= 8ยฒ + 6ยฒ= 64+ 36 = 100

R = 10

Therefore the radius of the circle is = 10 cm

**Q3. The given figure depicts an archery target with its 5 scoring areas from the centre outwards as Gold, Red, Blue, Black, and White. The diameter representing the Gold score is 21 cm and each of the other bands is 10.5 cm wide. Find the area of each of the five scoring regions.(Use ฯ = 22/7).**

Ans. We are given the diameter of circle representing gold region = 21 cm

The radius of gold region is = 21/2 = 10.5 cm

Width of each band of colour is = 10.5 cm

Area of gold region =are of 1 st circle = ฯrยฒ = (22/7)ร10.5 ร10.5 = 346.5 sq.cm

Area of red band = Area of 2 nd circleย – Area of 1 st circle

= ฯ[(radius of 2 nd circle)ยฒ- (radius of 1 st circle)ยฒ]

=22/7[(10.5 +10.5)ยฒ- (10.5)ยฒ]

22/7[ 21ยฒ -(10.5)ยฒ]

22/7[ 441 – 110.25]

22/7(330.75) = 22ร47.25= 1039.5 sq.cm

Area of blue band = Area of 3 rd circleย – Area of 2 ndย circle

= ฯ[(radius of 3 rd circle)ยฒ- (radius of 2 nd circle)ยฒ]

=22/7[(21+10.5)ยฒ- (21)ยฒ]

22/7[ 31.5ยฒ -(21)ยฒ]

22/7[ 992.25 – 441]

22/7(551.25) = 22ร78.75= 1732.5 sq.cm

Area of black band = Area of 5 th circleย – Area of 3 rdย circle

= ฯ[(radius of 4 th circle)ยฒ- (radius of 3 rd circle)ยฒ]

=22/7[(31.5+10.5)ยฒ- (31.5)ยฒ]

22/7[ 42ยฒ -(31.5)ยฒ]

22/7[ย 1764 – 992.25]

22/7(771.75) = 22ร110.25= 2425.5 sq.cm

Area of white band = Area of 5 th circleย – Area of 4 th circle

= ฯ[(radius of 5 th circle)ยฒ- (radius of 4 th circle)ยฒ]

=22/7[(42+10.5)ยฒ- (42)ยฒ]

22/7[( 52.5)ยฒ -(42)ยฒ]

22/7[ย 2756.25 – 1764]

22/7(992.25) = 22ร141.75= 3118.5 sq.cm

**Q4. The wheels of a car of diameter 80 cm each . How many complete revolutions does each wheel make in 10 minutes when the car is travelling at the speed of 66 km/h.**

Ans. We are given the diameter of the wheel = 80 cm

The radius of the wheel,r = 80/2 = 40 cm

One revolution of the wheels corresponds to the distance traveled by the car= Circumference of the wheel = 2ฯr = (2ร22/7 )40 = 1760/7 cm

The speed of car is given = 66 km/h means the car travels 66 km in 1 h

1h = 60 minutes and 66 km = 66000 m = 6600000 cm

In 60 minutes car travels = 6600000 cm

In 1 minute the car travel = 6600000/60 = 110000 cm

In 1 revolution car travels = 1760/7 cm

The number of revolutions of wheels in 1 minute = The distance traveled by the car in 1 minute/ distance traveled in revolutions

= 110000 รท 1760/7

= 110000 ร 7/1760

= 437.5 revolutions

In 10 minutes the number of revolutions ,the wheels have = 437.5 ร10 = 4375

**Q5.Tick the correct answer in the following and justify your choice. If the perimeter and area of a circle are numerically equal, then the radius of the circle is.**

(i) 2 unitsย ย (ii) ฯย unitsย ย (iii) 4ย unitsย ย (iv) 7 units

Ans.

Let the radius of the circle is = r

Circumference of the circle is = 2ฯr

The area of the circle is = ฯrยฒ

According to question

ฯrยฒ = 2ฯr

r = 2

Hence the radius of the circle is 2 units, so the answer is (i) 2 units

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