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What is the area of a circle if the diameter is 12 feet?? Answers: a. 113.0 ft² b. 124.8 ft² c. 37.7 ft² d. 452.2 ft²

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Area of a circle is A= (pi)*r^2
\[A =\pi d^2/4\] just plug in d =12

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welcome ^_^
So its 3.14*144 = 452.16/4???
you forgot to divide by 4.
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Diameter is 2*r
3.14*144 /4=
?So no dividing??? I'm confused!! I just multiply by 2 or do I also divide by 4
yea divide by 4
Ok.... Idk who is right, @hartnn , @cgreenwade2000 , or @GiGIgo3
when you put d=12 you get A = 3.14 *144/4 = 113.0 that would be the answer :)
solve this 12x12=???.? ???.?x3.14 = ???? ???? / 4 = your answer
follow your calculations and my formula :)
Ok. Wells that what I got but @GiGIgo3 is sayin different!
im wrong
you do divide by four, i forgot the step
Okkk....Thx guys :) :)

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