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question: Set up the integral to find area of the unit circle??

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  1. anonymous
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    The unit circle is just a circle of radius one centered at the origin. If you think of it like that, does it click or do you need more help? Not trying to be too vague but I don't know what's hard for you (setting it up or calculation) and I don't want to just give you the answer by accident.

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