Assume a circle(a) of diameter d. Inscribe a square A centred in the circle with its diagonal equal to the diameter of the circle. Now escribe a square B with the sides equal to the diameter of the circle. Show how to obtain the ratio of the area of square A to square to the area of square B.
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