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anonymous

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Mr. James just put up a new pool. It is a circular pool with a diameter of 24 feet. If Mr.James wants to buy a solar cover to fit the top of the pool. What size cover should he buy? Please answer and help me!

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  1. anonymous
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    ok do you know the formula for the equation?

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    Let me check

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    area of circle = πr² or πd

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    hey Educatedgirl. Sorry about that. I guess no one caught my mistake. I messed up the formula bit.. πd is about Circumference. We should use area of circle = πr² for this question. radius = 24/2 = 12 Area = π(12)² = 452.3893421 Sorry about that

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