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A circle has its center at the center of a square with 3-inch sides. Find the area of the square not covered by the circle. Round the answer to the nearest tenth.

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the diameter of the circle is 3in. Why? the diameter is parallel to a side. So we will calculate the area of the circle and subtract that value from the area of the square. so area of the square=l*w=3*3=9 area of the circle=\[\pi \times r^{2}\]=\[\pi\times 3/2^{2}\]. THIS YIELDS: \[9- 9/4 \times \pi\] then put into a calculator and get A=\[6.75 \pi\]
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no problem
Do you think you could check a few others? Im not sure if I did them right
sure
Find the circumference of the circle. Use
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I will show you what I did
ok
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Sorry its sloppy but does that look right so far?
ok. so you have the equation for Circumference right, but you solved for the radius. Hint: What relationship exists between the diameter and the radius?
Well the are uses radius so thats why I solved for radius first
*area
\[[C=2\times \pi \times r]\]
ok so let's restart
What information are you given?
just the picture and to use 3.14
ok. so what information did the picture contain?
The diameter
ok good. now how could you write the radius in terms of the diameter?
well its half the diameter
good
so do we have the information we need to answer the question?
Actually I think I figured it out I got what I was doing wrong now
ok just let me know your final answer and I will tell you if it is correct
I got 5.966
Although that is a correct answer it is usually better form to leave the answer in terms of pi because it is more accurate
dependent upon your teacher though
i actually need to go good luck though

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