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" the area of one of the smaller circles is 48 pi in2" use this info to find the radius of the smaller circle
Area of a circle \[\Large A = \pi*r^2\]
Would 48 be the diameter?

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no, 48pi is the area
A = 48pi
48 = PI * r^2 r^2 = 48 / PI
So would i do 48*pi? Im so confused on this :(
\[\Large A = \pi*r^2\] \[\Large 48\pi = \pi*r^2\] \[\Large 48 = r^2\] the pi's cancel. Solve for r
So this\[\sqrt{48}=r ^{2}\]
more like \[\Large r = \sqrt{48}\]
you can simplify that radical
I got 6.92 for the answer
Here's a quick answer: It appears that the smaller circle has a radius that is .5 the radius of the larger circle. When calculating area, when you double the size the area increases FOUR times. SO, area of larger circle = 4 * 48 = 192
it wants the circumference of the larger circle
Im really sorry that confused me even more :( like all my answer choices are in radical form
What are your answer choices?
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Now use the circumference of a circle formula \[\Large C = 2*\pi*r\] You'll plug in r = 2*sqrt(48)
Ugh...this is not helping me not be confused. Really sorry for taking up so much tome
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@ANA789 do you see how I got the values in my drawing?
@jim_thompson5910 Yeah I got that but the answer i got was the same and it was wrong
when you plug r = 2*sqrt(48) into that circumference formula, what do you get?
13.85
leave it in radical form though
I dont know how to put that in radical form
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the only thing left to do here is to simplify the root
Yeah I got 87.06 for that
simplify \(\Large \sqrt{48}\) to get ??
hint: 48 = 16*3
OH!! I SEE NOW!! OKay then thank you :) I know the answer now haha i feel dumb!
its ok, your answer would work if they wanted the approximate result

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