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## skittikinz 4 years ago What is the area of the largest circle that can fit inside a square that has an area of 16km squared? The formula for the area of a circle is A=πr2 Express answer to the nearet hundredth of a cm. Sorry, I'm not smart. lol :)

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1. pottersheep

well radius would be 1/2 the side of the square

2. pottersheep

Did yo usolve for the square yet?

3. pottersheep

oh its 4 lol

4. pottersheep

so radius is 2...

5. pottersheep

19.7

6. tutordiffeq

pi*r^2, r=2, 4pi

7. tutordiffeq

12.56

8. pottersheep

whoops i calculated wrong

9. skittikinz

mhm i got 12.56 aswell

10. pottersheep

12.56 is the correct answer

11. skittikinz

thanks for the help :)

12. skittikinz

oh yeah i have to show it with a diagram... O.o

13. skittikinz

|dw:1318732827707:dw|

14. skittikinz

would that be a good diagram?? :P

15. pottersheep

|dw:1318733027680:dw|

16. pottersheep

and use units i forgot

17. skittikinz

kk thanks :)

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