King
  • King
A circle and square have same perimeter.Then: a)areas are equal b)area of circle is greater c)area of square is greater d)area of circle is pi times greater than area of square Please explain
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schrodinger
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King
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anonymous
  • anonymous
\[A_{square} = (\frac{P}{4})^2\] \[A_{circle} = \pi*(\frac{P}{2\pi})^2\] looks like the area of the circle is greater
King
  • King
yeah but by how much

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King
  • King
which option and why
anonymous
  • anonymous
option B. seems the area of a circle is \[\frac{4}{\pi}\]times greater than the area of a square
King
  • King
no u chose option wrong but ure method is right it will be\[P ^{2}\div4\pi ^{2}\times \pi so that will be P/4\pi\] so option d
King
  • King
ok thnx agd see the other question
anonymous
  • anonymous
how could my option be wrong?
anonymous
  • anonymous
agdgdgdgwngo is right

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