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Last one please help!! A circle is inscribed in a square. Write and simplify an expression for the ratio of the area of the square to the area of the circle. For a circle inscribed in a square, the diameter of the circle is equal to the side length of the square.

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  1. k.rajabhishek
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    let side of square = a area of squre= a^2 area of circle = pie(a/2)^2

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  2. k.rajabhishek
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    |dw:1361500336169:dw|

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  3. Pologirl19
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    I am sorry k.rajabhishek can you put that in the equation thingy.

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  4. Pologirl19
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    @k.rajabhishek

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  5. k.rajabhishek
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    i had already written in that form.

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  6. Directrix
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    @k.rajabhishek Is the denominator a pi symbol or is it a 2 or something else. I can't decipher it.

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  7. k.rajabhishek
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    pi

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  8. Directrix
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    Thanks.

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  9. Directrix
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    |dw:1361500812488:dw|

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  10. Directrix
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    The area of the square is side * side = 2r * 2r = 4 r ^2. The area of the circle is pi* r^2.

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  11. Directrix
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    Ratio of area of square to area of circle is: (4 r^2)/ ( pi* r^2) = 4 / pi. The ratio of square area to circle area is 4 to pi. Same as answer of @k.rajabhishek

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  12. Directrix
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    @Pologirl19 Questions?

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  13. Pologirl19
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    No thank you!! :) @Directrix and @k.rajabhishek

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    We are glad to help.

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