Q: How do you find the decimal in a shaded part?

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3 shaded blocks out of 10 is 3/10, or .3

3/10 are shaded.

If I understand you correctly, if 11/12 of the circle is shaded, then 1/12 is not shaded.

Yes the numerator is the shaded part

The fraction of shaded areas is 5/10 = 5 ÷ 10 = 0.5

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3 shaded blocks out of 10 is 3/10, or .3

It depends on what the shaded and non-shaded parts look like!

Either directly or by finding the area of the whole and subtracting the area of the non-shaded part.

3/10 are shaded.

If I understand you correctly, if 11/12 of the circle is shaded, then 1/12 is not shaded.

Yes the numerator is the shaded part

What do you call shaded part?

0. Since there is no shaded part visible.

The fraction of shaded areas is 5/10 = 5 ÷ 10 = 0.5

5.7 is not color

(Length of side of square)^2 - Pi * radius^2

Find the area of the shaded region means find the area of the area that is shaded in or darkened.