anonymous
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marco eats a slice of pizza that is a sector of a circle the diameter of the pizza is 20 inches find the area of the sector use 3.14 for pie round your answer to nearest hundrendths
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anonymous
  • anonymous
sector of a circle means a portion of hte circle. you're given the diameter of the circle, so you have the radius to find the area of the sector you need more information the area of the pizza is 100pi now you need to find the sector, which you didn't give enough information for
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is 45
anonymous
  • anonymous
45? 45 degrees?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are 360 degrees in a circle so 45/360 is 1/8 so he ate 1/8 of the pizza so 1/8 * 100 pi is your answer it's about 39.25 in^2
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anonymous
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wait so whats the answer
anonymous
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39.25 in^2

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