Given here is an equilateral triangle with side length a, the task is to find the area of the circle inscribed in that equilateral triangle.
Input : a = 4 Output : 4.1887902047863905 Input : a = 10 Output : 26.1799387799
Area of equilateral triangle =
Semi perimeter of equilateral triangle = (a + a + a) / 2
Radius of inscribed circle r = Area of equilateral triangle / Semi perimeter of equilateral triangle
Area of circle = PI*(r*r) =
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