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given the area A of a circle, the formula r = sqrt(A/3.14) can be used to calculate the radius of the circle. find the area when the radius is 9.9cm
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given the area A of a circle, the formula r = sqrt(A/3.14) can be used to calculate the radius of the circle. find the area when the radius is 9.9cm

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muhammad9t5
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0A=pi*r^2 now yu can get area by the formula.
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