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Pandalover485

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7th grade math

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  1. Pandalover485
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  2. bynowSPAMER
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    me

  3. bynowSPAMER
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    what unit you in

  4. Pandalover485
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    unit 2 lesson 15

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    unit 2 lesson 15

  6. Pandalover485
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    @jazy @lovinglyhated @lilkittykat36 @Luis_Rivera

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    hi

  8. MLAndrada
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    The formula in finding the area of a circle is pi x r squared

  9. MLAndrada
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    Since you're given a diameter= 24.2, divide that by 2 to get the radius (r)

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    hi

  11. MLAndrada
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    Therefore, area = 3.14 x (24.2/2)

  12. MLAndrada
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    I mean, area = 3.14 x (24.2/2)^2

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    ok thxs guys!!!!!!1

  14. MLAndrada
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    Nurali, your answer is wrong. :(

  15. MLAndrada
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    It should be 467.36

  16. lovinglyhated
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    or you can do 3.14 x 24.4^2

  17. lovinglyhated
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    i got 1869.4304 which you can round to 1869.43

  18. godgavemeyou
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    lol

  19. Pandalover485
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    lol thxs guys

  20. MLAndrada
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    No. You should square the radius not the diameter

  21. lovinglyhated
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    oh yes i'm sorry

  22. lovinglyhated
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    no @MLAndrada is right

  23. Nurali
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    Area=pi*r^2 r=d/2 r=24.4/2 r=12.2 Area=3.14*12.2^2 Area= 467.3

  24. Pandalover485
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    whtaa is the answer????

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