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UmmmHELP

  • 3 years ago

Find the area. Use π = 3.14

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  1. UmmmHELP
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  2. nphuongsun93
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    area = πr^2 r = d / 2 d = 2.6

  3. UmmmHELP
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    Okay but I dont know how to set up the problem

  4. nphuongsun93
    • 3 years ago
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    you have to find r, the radius, from using the diameter, d. r = d / 2 with d = 2.6 meters

  5. UmmmHELP
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    so its 2.6/2

  6. nphuongsun93
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    then find the area using r, the formula for area is π times r^2

  7. UmmmHELP
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    so then 1.3x2?

  8. UmmmHELP
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    oh does that mean |dw:1360790674220:dw|

  9. nphuongsun93
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    yes \[\huge 1.3^2 \pi\]

  10. UmmmHELP
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    okay so then its 5.309

  11. UmmmHELP
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    thanks @nphuongsun93

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