gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
What is the approximate area of circle Q? Use π = 3.14 Express your final answer to the nearest hundredth.
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gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
3.14 x 1444 ?

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gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
i got 1444 by doing 38 x 38 or was i suppose to do 38 + 38
Haseeb96
  • Haseeb96
d=2r r is the radius and the formula for the area of circle is pi*r^2 so d=38 for getting r divide 38 by 2 = 19 r=19 now put it in the above formula and get the answer
gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
so 3.14 x 19?
Haseeb96
  • Haseeb96
no 3.14 x 19^2
gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
oh
gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
1133.54
Haseeb96
  • Haseeb96
i dont have calculator so i cant solve it but you can solve it by the help of calculator
gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
i did 3.14 x 361
anonymous
  • anonymous
your result is okay
gabbyalicorn
  • gabbyalicorn
okay, thank you.

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