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A giant pie is created in an attempt to break a world record for baking. The pie is shown below: A circle is shown with a central angle marked 45 degrees and the diameter marked 15 feet. What is the area of the slice of pie that was cut, rounded to the nearest hundredth?

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  1. anonymous
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    @calculusxy

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    22.08 ft2 24.45 ft2 26.32 ft2 28.97 ft2

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    \[A=\frac{ \theta }{ 360 }\pi r^2\] Θ = the angle r = the radius

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    Alright so, A=45 over 360 pi7.5^2?

  6. anonymous
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    yes

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    I got 22.08 which is the first option. Thanks alot!

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    Mind if i ask 2 more questions @peachpi

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    you're welcome. open new questions so someone else will come if I can't help

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