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Or # Area of Shaded Region Calculator

Enter Diameter or Length of a Square or Circle & select output unit to get the shaded region area through this calculator.

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The most advanced area of shaded region calculator helps you to get the shaded area of a square having a circle inside of it. Get accurate steps involved in the calculations. Make your choice for the area unit and get your outcomes in that particular unit with a couple of taps.

## How To Calculate Shaded Area?

Our area of shaded region calculator considers the following points to determine the results:

• First of all, calculate the length of square. It can be considered as the measurement of circle diameter too
• After that, put in the value in the formula given as under:

If you want to calculate the shaded area by hand, you need to subject to the following equation:

$$Shaded Area = L^{2} – \pi * \left(\dfrac{L}{2}\right)^{2}$$

Where;

L = Diameter or length of circle or square

Let us resolve an example to make your concept more clear regarding shaded area calculations!

## Example:

If the length of the square is about 53cm, then how to calculate the shaded area?

### Solution:

$$Shaded Area = L^{2} – \pi * \left(\dfrac{L}{2}\right)^{2}$$

$$Shaded Area = 2809 – 3.14 * 702.25$$

$$Shaded Area = 602.818 cm^{2}$$

You can also find the area of the shaded region calculator a handy tool to verify the results calculated in the above example.

## Working of Area of Shaded Region Calculator:

Let us guide you on how you can use this shaded area calculator!

Inputs:

• Enter the diameter or length of a square or circle & select its unit
• Meanwhile, select the result units as well from the very next field
• Tap Calculate

Outputs:

## References:

From the source Wikipedia: Area, Units, Area bisectors, General formulas