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    ???

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    Given , the side of the square as 36'' Hence, the circle has the diameter of 36'' Find the Radius of the circle by simply dividing the diameter by 2 i.e. Radius = diameter/2 Radius = 36/2 Radius = 18'' Now calculate the area of the Circle Use \[Area = \pi \times r \times r\] Given the value of pi as 3.14 So, \[Area = 3.14 \times 18 \times 18\] Now , 18 times 18 = 324 Hence, \[Area = 3.14 \times 324\] WE , can take the same equation as \[314 \times 324 \over 100 \] equals area of Circle

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    314 times 324 is equal to 101736 Now, divide 101736 by 100

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    SO, we get 1017.36 which is A. Go through the procedure and ask doubts if any.

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    Are you there @bubbleslove1234 ?

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    thanks sooooooooooooooooo much......lol

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    :)

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