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isnt a circle like a rectangle with one side being "r" and another being "pi-r"?

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Yes.
I don't think circles and rectangles are related to each other, I could be wrong here although I have never heard of this case being true math..
more like a triangle ... with one side 2 pi r and height r http://mathworld.wolfram.com/images/eps-gif/CircleAreaStrips_1000.gif

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what would r represent in this case?
if it is some arbitrary length, then a rectangle with sides r and pi*r would merely have the same area as a circle of that radius r I think the relation is rather trivial personally...
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got yourself a bamboo eh @mathslover
was my writing good /bad max.? I actually didn't get you...
@mathslover: @TuringTest meant to ask if you got a Bamboo tablet(writing).

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