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Amy and Fraser walk inside a circular lawn. Point O is the center of the lawn, as shown below. Amy walks from point B to point C along the segment BC. Fraser walks from point O to point A along the segment OA. Which statement is correct? Both Amy and Fraser walk distances equal to the diameter of the lawn. Amy walks a distance equal to the radius, and Fraser walks a distance equal to the diameter of the lawn. Both Amy and Fraser walk distances equal to the radius of the lawn. Amy walks a distance equal to the diameter, and Fraser walks a distance e

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you have it backwards
Amy isn't walking the radius, she's walking the diameter

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