# SOLUTION: If you cut out the largest possible circular pie crust for a square piece of dough that is "d" inches on a side, what is the area of the remaining dough? Express your answer as pol

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 Question 349920: If you cut out the largest possible circular pie crust for a square piece of dough that is "d" inches on a side, what is the area of the remaining dough? Express your answer as polynomial in "d".Answer by mananth(12270)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!area of square piece = d*d= d^2 ... area of circle = pi*r^2 where r= radius. .... diameter = d radius = d/2 area = pi(d/2 )^2 area = pi*d^2/4 .. remaining area = area of square - arae of circle d^2- pi*d^2/4