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Very confused please help...Circle A has a diameter of 8 inches, a circumference of 25.12 inches, and an area of 50.24 square inches. The diameter of circle B is 3 inches, the circumference is 9.42 inches, and the area is 7.065 square inches. Part A: Using the formula for circumference, solve for the value of pi for each circle. Part B: Use the formula for area and solve for the value of pi for each circle. Part C: What observation can you make about the value of pi for circles A and B?

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    @DanJS

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    @kitty_lover1234

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    yo

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    ey i suck at math

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    got something for me @kitty_lover1234

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    lets see

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    ok...

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    do you have anything to start off with

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    what do you mean

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    like do you think you know the answer

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    no idea

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    im trying to figure it out

  13. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/54eb93a4e4b055f23ccb9436

  14. anonymous
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    see if this helps

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    you still here

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    ya wait

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    kk

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