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  • 4 years ago

How to find the area of a circle that is inscribed in an isosceles trapezoid with only given measurements of the bases?

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  1. anonymous
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    fOR EXAMPLE: |dw:1328152684330:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    But how do you find the radius?

  3. anonymous
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    there's an equation you can use to solve for the radius

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    What is the equation?

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    i'll just draw a diagram to explain it

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    ok, thanks.

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    on second thought, i'll explain it

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    that line is the diameter

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    yes, and also the height of the trapezoid?

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    i thought i thought of an easier way but I was wrong

  11. anonymous
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    oh

  12. anonymous
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    right got it

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    You got it? Yah!!!!!

  14. anonymous
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    |dw:1328154202903:dw|

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    |dw:1328154813275:dw|

  16. anonymous
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    do the side lengths are 8

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    |dw:1328154865181:dw|

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    8^2=4^2+diameter^2

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    diameter approximately equals 7

  20. anonymous
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    area=pi*r^2=approximately 38.5

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    sorry, I took so long, was unsure if I was doing it right or not

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    That was awesome!! It's ok. Thank you very much!!!

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    you get what I did there right?

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    Yep, you explain everything perfectly to me. I would never think about trying that approach!! Thanks!!

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    np, I love doing these types of questions

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