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Analyze the diagram below and complete the instructions that follow. / The area of the larger circle is 36pi in2. Find the circumference of one of the smaller circles. A. 3pi in. B. 6pi in. C. 9pi in. D. 18pi in.

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  1. abymartinez15
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  2. Elsa213
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    @waterineyes

  3. anonymous
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    You are given with the Area of Larger Circle, from that you can find Radius...

  4. anonymous
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    \[Area = 36 \pi \quad inch^2 \\ \pi R^2 = 36 \pi \quad inch^2 \\ R = 6 \quad inch\]

  5. abymartinez15
    • one year ago
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    so its b?

  6. anonymous
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    |dw:1436819929404:dw|

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    |dw:1436820063768:dw|

  8. abymartinez15
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    so it is b

  9. abymartinez15
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    the answer is B

  10. anonymous
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    Yes, you got it.. :)

  11. abymartinez15
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    Thnx

  12. anonymous
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    If I let radius of smaller circle is r, then R = 2r = D = Diameter of smaller circle: \[Circumference = \pi \times Diameter = \pi \times D = \pi \times (2r) = \pi \times R = 6 \pi \quad inches\]

  13. abymartinez15
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    ok i got it

  14. anonymous
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    \(\dagger\)

  15. abymartinez15
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    :)

  16. anonymous
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    Analyze it fully and once you think you have full got this, you can close this question to start a fresh one.. :) Good Luck.. :)

  17. anonymous
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    It is already 2.16 Am here, I am afraid, I can't help you with more if any, as I need to sleep now.. Sorry.. Good Night buddy.. :)

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