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ayeeraee Group Title

Help!!!!! Determine the delivery radius for your shop. Draw a point on a coordinate plane where your shop will be located. Create two different radii lengths from your shop, and construct the circles that represent each delivery area. How much area will each delivery radius cover? Write the equation for each circle created. Please show your work for all calculations.

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  1. ayeeraee Group Title
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    I have to create a pizza shop. This is what I have so far. I'm very confused.

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  2. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    Is your first radius 4.5 units long?

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  3. ayeeraee Group Title
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    Yes, it is.

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  4. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    Ok, so you need to create another circle with a different radius length and then solve for the areas of the two different circles. The formula for area of a circle is pi(r)^2 where r represents the length of the radius. So, your first equation would be Pi(4.5)^2

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  5. WLB250219 Group Title
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    \[3.14(4.5)^2=\]

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  6. best.shakir Group Title
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    The equation of a circle in x-y coordinates is: (x-g)² + (y-h)² = R² where the radius of the circle is R and the center of the circle is at (x,y) = (g, h) (g,h) would be the coordinates of the location of you shop, and R would be the radius of the delivery area. Assuming that your shop is located at the center of the coordinate system, (x,y) = (0,0), and your delivery radius is 10 miles, the equation of the circle representing that delivery area would be: (x-0)² + (y-0)² = 10² or x² + y² = 100 where x and y are measured in miles.

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  7. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    I'm still struggling with the equation creator lol

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  8. best.shakir Group Title
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    @ayeeraee is there is any doubts

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  9. ayeeraee Group Title
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    @best.shakir not yet, I'm gonna try this out

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  10. Snapbacklive Group Title
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    he's right

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  11. WLB250219 Group Title
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    10.125*2

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  12. ayeeraee Group Title
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    @chrisisbad92 how should I construct the new circles?

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  13. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    However you like. Decide a new place for the midpoint of your 2nd circle and make sure the radius is either longer or shorter than 4.5.

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  14. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    I'd assume you don't want them to intersect either, so using a different quadrant woud probably be best.

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  15. ayeeraee Group Title
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    Okay, I'm gonna try to work out the equation. Hold on..

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    hold on...shouldn't the 2 circles be concentric? they didn't mention to change the location of ur shop. so, for the second circle, keep the centre same and only change the value of ur radius.

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  17. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    You're right Vaidehi09. The problem doesn't state two different locations for the midpoint.

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    try 10.125*2 this may help chrisisbad92

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  19. ayeeraee Group Title
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    @Vaidehi09, okay, so I can two radii pointing in different directions?

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  20. Vaidehi09 Group Title
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    i don't really get what u mean by that...but this is how ur figure should look like: |dw:1344003586308:dw|

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  21. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    Basically two circles with one inside of the other one. Your shop is located in one position and you're making two different size radius circles representing two different possible delivery areas

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  22. ayeeraee Group Title
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    This is what I have now.

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    And basically, my shop is the midpoint?

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  24. Vaidehi09 Group Title
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    no! that's the same circle! see, the lengths of both those radii is the same right? so its the same circle. u need a bigger or smaller radius for the second circle.

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  25. ayeeraee Group Title
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    Oh, okay, I see where I went wrong.

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  26. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    two circles inside each other, one larger than the other where the midpoint is your shop.

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  27. ayeeraee Group Title
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    Okay, so this is correct?

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  28. Vaidehi09 Group Title
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    yup. that's it.

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  29. ayeeraee Group Title
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    sorry for the light colors.

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  30. Vaidehi09 Group Title
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    btw, for easier calculations, why don't u use origin (0,0) as ur centre?

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  31. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    Looks good. Now just set up your two equations and solve for the area

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  32. ayeeraee Group Title
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    Also, both circles represent the delivery area. Therefore I have to find the area of both circles, correct?

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  33. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    That's correct.

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  34. Vaidehi09 Group Title
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    that's right.

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  35. ayeeraee Group Title
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    Okay, I'm calculating now.

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  36. ayeeraee Group Title
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    I got 153.86 for the area of the large circle. Is it right?

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    absolutely right.

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  38. ayeeraee Group Title
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    and 50.24 for the small circle?

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  39. Vaidehi09 Group Title
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    yup.

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  40. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    Good job.

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  41. ayeeraee Group Title
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    Thank you so much. You guys are awesome!!!

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  42. Vaidehi09 Group Title
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    :))

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  43. chrisisbad92 Group Title
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    No problem! If you need any more help with anything just drop me a line

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    @best.shakir, what is orx?

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