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I'm having a hard time creating this shape. Could anyone guide me as to what shapes I could use to create the shapes within the circle.

shape

Thanks so much!

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I started with creating 3 circles, with diameters 99, 66 and 33.

Use the Ellipse Tool (L) and Alt+Click in the center to create the next shapes aligned. Then in the popup you fill out the size.

3 circled

Now I added a line across the center and Right Click → Transform → Move > 16.5 pt (vertical) and selected copy (did this twice)

lines 1

Now did the same thing with a vertical line transformed horizontally.

lines 2

Now using the Shapebuilder Tool (Shift+M) merge the shapes together, and hold down Alt to remove the edges at the end.

shape builder gif

Now add some color:

colored

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    Wonderful, thank you so much for such a comprehensive answer WELZ. I SO appreciate it. :) – Mark Usman Jan 31 at 16:28
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    @MarkUsman my pleasure! If you would please consider accepting an answer, especially if the answer solved your problem, it'd be very helpful. Accepting answers helps other visitors and is great for the site's stats. – WELZ Jan 31 at 16:34

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