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ooh a medal!

Yes a medal

Are you jumping around or what? It's like you're answering like 10 questions at a time! Lol!
:D

i am trying to get all the medals i can so i can trade in my bike for a kia sedona

Cool

the area comes with the square of the radius

so it the ratio of the radius is 3 : 1 the ratio of the area is \(3^2:1\) i.e. \(9:1\)

Oh. I thought you were supposed to divide 27 by 3 and get 9?

no

if the larger circle has area 27, then the smaller one has areas one-ninth as large
\[\frac{27}{9}\]

So the area is 3?

smaller has area 3 yes

Btw the answers are
a) 9pi
b) 6pi
c) 3pi

so is it A?`

no

c?

yes

you want to take half a minute i can explain easy

Okay thanks so much! That would be a big help

And the little one is 48

the ratio of the sides is \(3:1\) but the ratio of the areas is \(144:16=9:1\)

in other words, the ratio of the areas is the square of the ratio of the sides

same with the circle
ratio of radii 3:1
ratio of area 9:1

So sides and areas will always be different? I think that's where I had went wrong

so if the ratio of the sides is say \(5:2\) then the ratio of the areas is \(25:4\)

Oh wow that makes so much more sense now

glad to help
you got another one we can try ?

I was just about to ask you too Lol!

Yes of course!

go ahead i will take a look, but first give me your answer

Alright I sure will