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Pies are ordered from the Pizza Palace according to their diameter. Large:16 inches Medium:14 inches Small:12 inches How many more square inches are in the large pizza than in the small pizza?

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351.68
Thank youu (:
do u want to know the formula

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yes please that would help
\[A=r ^{2}\pi\]
thanks again (:
wait!!!!
I gave u the wrong answer sorry let me fix it
200.96-113.04=87.82
i mean 87.92
im a little jittery today
lol well the options are A.87.92 sq in B.47.10 s in C.351.68 sq in D.12.56 sq in
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are you sure this time
lol yes
lol alright thanks :P
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jk your welcome
hahah funny .. lol
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