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Which is approximately equal to the area of the circle? Use twenty-two sevenths for pi. A circle is shown with its diameter labeled twenty-eight feet

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three hundred eight square feet seven hundred eighty-four square feet eighty-eight square feet six hundred sixteen square feet
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I know that much, but when I work it out I get the wrong answer
What did you get?
|dw:1336161232782:dw| Are you doing this?
yeah and when I do that I get 792/7
How did you get that?! What's 14 squared? Take that and multiply it by 22. Are you using a calculator?
14 squared on my calculator it says it is 196 but I thought it was 36... I am so confused
14² is 14*14. :p
oohhhhh sorry my calculator did 14* something and it got 36 lol! thank you
You're welcome :D

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