1. Quote of the week: **"People say nothing is impossible; but I do nothing every day!"** - Anonymous

2. New quiz: AQQ258 about a partial eclipse Sun-Moon

Some of us (in Dallas) had probably the chance to have observed a total eclipse of the Sun last week.

To celebrate that event in our quizzes, we propose the following related challenge:

The above pictures describe a partial eclipse between the moon (circle B) and the sun (circle R).

At a certain instant, the eclipse is such that points MNO form a quarter area of circle R; meaning arc MN is a quarter circle).

At that moment, point O is the center of R and the segment OM measures 4 cm.

Question:

What is the area of the portion of blue circle B that is situated outside circle R?

Good luck! And try to be among the firsts!

Kuo-Chang

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