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Area lying in the first quadrant and bounded by the circle and the lines \displaystyle{x}={0}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{x}={2}<{l}{a}{t}{e}{x}> is
(A) \displaystyle\frac{<}{{l}}{a}{t}{e}{x}>\pi<{l}{a}{t}{e}{x}> (B) \displaystyle\frac{<}{{l}}{a}{t}{e}{x}>\frac{\pi}{{2}}<{l}{a}{t}{e}{x}> (C) \displaystyle\frac{<}{{l}}{a}{t}{e}{x}>\frac{\pi}{{3}}<{l}{a}{t}{e}{x}> (D) \displaystyle\frac{<}{{l}}{a}{t}{e}{x}>\frac{\pi}{{4}}

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