find the area of each sector to the nearest tenth. 225 degree & 8cm

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find the area of each sector to the nearest tenth. 225 degree & 8cm

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Is the 8cm the radius? If so then the area of the whole circle is 64 so multiply that by the amount you are interested in (225/360): 64(225/360) = 40.0 square cm.
how did you get 64
I did forget to π there, sorry. I meant 64π so the answer is 40π. I got the 64π because the area of a circle is πr^2 where r is the radius of the circle.

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