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As a quadrant is the quarter of the circle,its area=1/4 of that of the circle
1/4*pi*r²
where r is the radius
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yes,because its more detailed than that of mine
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2015-03-12T11:13:39+05:30

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We know that area of a circle = πr²
The angle subtended by a quadrant on the centre of the circle = 90° or 1/4 of the total circle
Thus, area of a quadrant = 1/4πr²

Hope that helps !!
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