Answer :

Given, each side of square = 12cm


Area of Square ABCD = side2


(12)2


144cm2


Let Radius of each quadrant be r


r = 6 cm (given)


Now, the sum of the area of the four quadrants at the four corners of the square


4 × area of each quadrant ( area of circle = πr2where r is the radius)


area of quadrant =




113.14cm2


Now, area of shaded portion


= Area of square, ABCD - sum of the areas of four quadrants at the four corners of the square


144 – 113 .14 cm2


= 30 .86 cm2


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