Given a regular hexagon with side A, which inscribes a circle of radius r, which in turn inscribes a square of side a.The task is to find the area of this square.
Input : A = 5 Output : 37.5 Input : A = 8 Output : 96
We know the radius of the circle inscribed within the hexagon is, r=A√3/2(Please refer here)
Also, side length of circle within the circle is, a=√r=√3A/√2
So, Area of the Square, Area=(√3A/√2)^2
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