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Your parents have finally decided to install an in-ground pool! They come to you for help deciding between a circular pool with a 30-foot diameter and a 16 ft x 40 ft rectangular pool. The circular pool would have a 4-foot walkway and the rectangular pool would have a 3-foot walkway around the pool. The backyard measures 75 feet by 50 feet.

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  1. anonymous
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    @TheBleep

  2. anonymous
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    Calculations for the area of the circular pool swimming area. this is the first question

  3. anonymous
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    i can find tht hole answer for tht question tht you posted

  4. anonymous
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    well answer it xD

  5. anonymous
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    okay

  6. anonymous
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    so what do I calculate first

  7. anonymous
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    it is a rectangle pool 16 x 40 with a 3 foot walkway would mean that the area the pool would cover would be (3ft+16ft+3ft) * (3ft+40ft+3ft) = 22ft * 46ft = 1012 ft^2 well theres tht )

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    Calculations for the area of the circular pool with the 4-foot walkway. this is question two

  9. anonymous
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    grassy area is 75ft * 50ft = 3750ft^2 the area covered by the circular pool would have a diameter of 4ft+30ft+4ft=38ft the area of a circle is πr^2 : Your radius is 38ft/2 = 19ft so the area of the circular pool is π * (19ft)^2 =1134.115ft^2 the grassy area left with the circular pool is 3750ft^2-1134.115ft^2=2615.885ft^2 the grassy area left with the rectangular pool is 3750ft^2 -1012ft^2=2738ft^2

  10. anonymous
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    ;)

  11. anonymous
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    Calculations for the area of the rectangular pool swimming area.

  12. anonymous
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    is this the third question?

  13. anonymous
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    yes

  14. anonymous
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    |dw:1437745164978:dw|

  15. anonymous
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    :D

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    how do we calculate this question

  17. anonymous
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    hold on im thinking ' :)

  18. anonymous
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    okay

  19. anonymous
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    idk about this one.. just do your best guess but the other two are good right?

  20. anonymous
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    yes I have 4 more to go

  21. anonymous
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    k can you give me a medal.. and also post them so i can get my problem solving better :)

  22. anonymous
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    Calculations for the area of the rectangular pool with the 3-foot walkway.

  23. anonymous
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    hey i g2g :/

  24. anonymous
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    okay

  25. anonymous
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    just guees or ask for help can you give me a medal ?

  26. anonymous
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    okay

  27. anonymous
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    i gave you one too :)

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    yay !

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    yup we both get something :)

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    :D

  31. anonymous
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    do you know how to give medals?

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