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The length of the circumference of a circle equals the perimeter of a triangle of equal sides, and also the perimeter of a square. The areas covered by the circle, triangle, and square are $c, t,$ and $s,$ respectively. Then,

  1. $s > t > c$
  2. $c > t > s$
  3. $c > s > t$
  4. $s > c > t$
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