anonymous
  • anonymous
how do you find the area of a circle?
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across
  • across
\[A=\pi r^2\]
Muhammad_Nauman_Umair
  • Muhammad_Nauman_Umair
As area is equal to pi times radis square
anonymous
  • anonymous
(A=pr2)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
area= 3.14 * radius^2 \[a =\pi(r)^{2}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
if i post another question onnhere as a comment can u guys answer it please?
across
  • across
Make it a new question.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i cant put a piture on it though
across
  • across
You're not killing any trees by doing so, only cluttering the OS servers. :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
Calculate the area of the smaller sector.
across
  • across
You can always post the picture in a comment afterward.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh thats true lol
across
  • across
You have to use this:\[A_s=\frac{\theta}{360}\pi r^2\]
across
  • across
Wait a moment... are we doing your exam?
anonymous
  • anonymous
how the eff do i use tht? O.o
anonymous
  • anonymous
nope

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