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kymy_rose00 Group Title

The diameter of Z is 5 in. What is its area in terms of pi?

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  1. robinfr93 Group Title
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    Z is what?? A circle, sphere, cone,cylinder??

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  2. kymy_rose00 Group Title
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    a circle

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  3. B.R.M Group Title
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    okay so we need to find an area of a circle with a diameter of 5 correct ?

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  4. kymy_rose00 Group Title
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    yees

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  5. robinfr93 Group Title
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    well first thing first.. Pi is the value you get when you divide the circumfrence of the circle by its diameter

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  6. B.R.M Group Title
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    yeah and we would need pie for our equation ?

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  7. robinfr93 Group Title
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    12.5 pi will be the answer

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  8. robinfr93 Group Title
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    srry

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  9. B.R.M Group Title
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    thank you @robinfr93

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  10. robinfr93 Group Title
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    i made an error

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  11. B.R.M Group Title
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    what equation did you use

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  12. kymy_rose00 Group Title
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    I thought the answer was 20 pi

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  13. robinfr93 Group Title
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    waitnah I'm right

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  14. robinfr93 Group Title
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    its 12.5 pi alright

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    25 pi

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  16. robinfr93 Group Title
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    FInal :P

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    i knew you were right lol

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  18. robinfr93 Group Title
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    12.5 pi

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  19. robinfr93 Group Title
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    Im multitaskin here

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  20. robinfr93 Group Title
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    so srry for multiple replies

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  21. kymy_rose00 Group Title
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    Thats not one of the options so thats actually wrong

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  22. robinfr93 Group Title
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    is it 6.25pi den??

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    is it kymy??

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  24. kymy_rose00 Group Title
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    that seems right but so does 25 pi

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  25. robinfr93 Group Title
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    see you can do it in two ways.. your give n the diameter which is 2r ryt??

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    so 2 * pi * r * r/2 = pi*r*r

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    ryt?? r = 5/2 so pi*25/4 will be the area

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    which equals to 6.25 pi

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    get it??

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  30. kymy_rose00 Group Title
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    yes thank you

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  31. robinfr93 Group Title
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    your welcome.. :)

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