Find the area of the sector to the nearest tenth.

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Here is the sector area formula \[A = \frac{ x }{ 360 } \times \pi r^2\]
In this case, x is the degree of the sector (121) and r is the radius (8).

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so 121 would go in place of the x?
yes. X is the degrees or radians of the sector. In this case, this is in degrees.
Nevermind, the formula is different for radians. This formula is for degrees.
so whats the formula? when I plugged in, I got 67.54
The one that i stated. That is the formula
so the answer is 67.54?
if you use 3.14 for pi then yes i think that is the answer
I did . thanks !
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