A point is selected randomly from the inside of the circle. The probability that point is closer to the centre then the boundary of the circle is
Answer the following: (i) A circle is inscribed in a square. A point inside the square is randomly selected. What is the probability that the point is inside the circle as well?
(ii) If, instead, the square was inscribed in the circle, and a point inside the circle was randomly selected, what is the probability that it is inside the square? [4 MARKS]