Given a semicircle with radius R, which inscribes a rectangle of length L and breadth B, which in turn inscribes a circle of radius r. The task is to find the area of the circle with radius r.
Input : R = 2 Output : 1.57 Input : R = 5 Output : 9.8125
We know the biggest rectangle that can be inscribed within the semicircle has, length, l=√2R/2 &
breadth, b=R/√2(Please refer)
Also, the biggest circle that can be inscribed within the rectangle has radius, r=b/2=R/2√2(Please refer)
So area of the circle, A=π*r^2=π(R/2√2)^2
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