The Tethered Goat, Revisited

[From the notes of Emily Moore. Modified by Sam Rebelsky.]

A goat is tethered to a corner of a regular hexagonal house which is in the middle of a grassy plain. The hexagon measure ten feet on a side. The rope stretches half way around the hexagon. Find the area of grass that the goat can reach.


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