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circumfrence is 2 pi r Area is 2 pi r^2

3. anonymous

I mean Area is pi r^2

4. anonymous

i k but that dont help

5. anonymous

well you know r which is 50mm so all you have to do is plug that into the equations I gave

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$2\pi(55mm)$ = Circumfrence $\pi(55mm)^2$ = Area

7. anonymous

answer?

8. anonymous

ill fan and medal

9. anonymous

lol I dont care about that.....use your calculator, its better if you learn it. All you have to do is plug it in.

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