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PLEASE DONT GIVR THE ANSWER JUST TAKE ME STEP BY STEP UNTIL I --- GET THE ANSWER A CIRCULAR GARDEN HAS A DIAMETER OF 12M BY HOW MUCH DOES TEH DIAMETER HAVE 2 BE INCREASED SO THAT THE AREA TRIPLES

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    radius is (Diameter)/(2) so for the area to be tripled i guess we can simply triply the radius

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    So area of circle: πr2 Diameter: 12 so Radius :6m The area we have now: π(6)^2 = 113.1m^2 area we need = 113.1m^2 x 3 = 339.2

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    yea i got that so far

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    I'm thinking :P

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    hmm

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    πr2 = 339.2 r^2 = 339.3/pi

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    thats what i was doing jus now =)

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    r^2 = 108 (im rounding the numbers :P) r = 10.4

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    YAY I ALSO GOT THAT but the asnwers say 8.8m

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    darn. are you sure you wrote the question right?

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    lets plug it in and see if it is tripled

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    yea im sure bro

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    OH I GET WHY. Because you have to say how much it increases by

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    ?

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    Radius now is 10.4 for diameter is 20.8. Before the diameter was 12.

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    *so diameter is 20.8

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    and bak 2 our andwer 10.4

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    oh never mind

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    whoopdedoo

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    whait how dod u get it agiin sry

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    20.8 - 12 =

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    8.8 =D

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    YEYYYYYYYYYYYY WE DID IT I GOT IT 2 THX BROOOOOO

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    I'm a girl but no problem=)

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    OH sry

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    wat grade?

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    11 advanced functions

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    wow im just in grade 9

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    where u from

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    Canada, hby?

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    me 2

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    hudson bay?

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    Grade 9 math can be kind of confusing since it's the first year of highschool and everyone learned different things from different schools . =)

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    my school's in ontario

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    yea thx 4 ur help

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    no problem

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    bye

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    byebye lol

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    \[\frac{A_{2}}{A_{1}}=\frac{\pi r_{2}^{2}}{\pi r_{1}^{2}}\]\[3=\frac{\pi r_{2}^{2}}{\pi 6^{2}}=\frac{r_{2}^{2}}{36}\]etc.

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