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anonymous

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Find the circumference of the larger circle if the area of one of the smaller circles is 48 pi in squared.

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    Refer to the attached solution from Mathematica 9.

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    Thank you! @robtobey I was going on all sorts of websites trying to figure out how to solve this problem

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    Your welcome and thank you for the medal.

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