anonymous
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semi circle helpp??please help !
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anonymous
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http://gyazo.com/ec229e247f28a2185c3537b146956451
anonymous
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whats the formula for area of a circle?
anonymous
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PIE R ^2

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anonymous
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correct
anonymous
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Exactly
anonymous
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if you divide that by 2 that will give you the area of a half of a circle
anonymous
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3.14 • 6^2 / 2
anonymous
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56.52?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
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Then what
anonymous
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find area of rectangle, and subtract the area you just found from it
anonymous
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area of a rectangle is w*l
anonymous
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Which would be 6 • (6 • 2)
anonymous
  • anonymous
72-56.52?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
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answer=15.42??
anonymous
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you need to find the length of the rectangle, it will be equal to the diameter of the circle
anonymous
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wait im confused
anonymous
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@billj5 what is the diameter of the circle
anonymous
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it is 2 times the radius
anonymous
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It is 12 my bad
anonymous
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so how should i write that out to multiply it?
anonymous
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Which is what I actually said I thought I said 6 *6
anonymous
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6 x 12
anonymous
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its still 72.
anonymous
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that is what you said but i was trying to explain it
anonymous
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so is my answer right then
anonymous
  • anonymous
15.48??
anonymous
  • anonymous
looks good
anonymous
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thanks!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
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is it squared//
anonymous
  • anonymous
No
anonymous
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Uh actually yeah bc it is area
anonymous
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the units are squared
anonymous
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alright thank you guys
anonymous
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yw

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