The circumference of a circle is 65π. In terms of pi, what is the area of the circle? A) 600 π B) 936.5 π C) 950.25 π D) 1056.25 π

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The circumference of a circle is 65π. In terms of pi, what is the area of the circle? A) 600 π B) 936.5 π C) 950.25 π D) 1056.25 π

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\(\bf circumference=2\pi r\qquad 65\pi =2\pi r\impliedby \textit{what is the "r"adius?} \)
i dunno
well. solve for "r"

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say... if a = bc <--- what would be "c"?
ummmmmmmm i still dunno
can you pls help me out my math is due in a few hours
well... you may want to brush up your linear simplification first I'd think

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