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a new museum has two circular display rooms. the radius of the large circular room is 6 yards. the radius of the smaller circular room is 3 yards. What is the area of the smaller room in relation to the area of the large room? a. 1/6 of the large rooms area b. 1/4 of the large rooms area c. 1/3 of the large rooms area d. 1/2 of the large rooms area

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  1. Smiley75
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    HELPP!!

  2. INewton
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    If the ratio of the radii is 'k', then the ratio of the areas is 'k^2'

  3. INewton
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    But this problem is sufficiently simple to work out the two areas explicitly . pi * 3^2 and pi * 6^2 ...

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