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****FAN AND MEDAL**** A giant pie is created in an attempt to break a world record for baking. The pie is shown below: What is the area of the slice of pie that was cut, rounded to the nearest hundredth? 78.13 ft2 82.43 ft2 86.31 ft2 91.98 ft2

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    @Hero @ganeshie8

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    @Hero Help!

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    @ganeshie8 Please help me!

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    @LiveLaughDie Help me please!

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    That "piece of the circle" is called a sector of the circle. The area of a sector of a circle = n/360 x (pi)(radius)^2 where n = number of degrees in the central angle of the circle

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    In your problem, the central angle measures 42 degrees. An you can easily find the radius of the circle. Si substitute into the formula, and tell me your final answer.

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    I got 82.42 so, would it be answer choice 2?

  9. anonymous
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    It's really 82.47 to the nearest hundredth. But the second choice is the closest

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    So yes it would be answer choice 2

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    Thank You!!!! @LiveLaughDie

  12. anonymous
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    No problem!! ^_^

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