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  • one year ago

Which of the following could be used to calculate the area of the sector in the circle shown above?

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  1. shesolitt
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    π(8in)42 over 360 π(42in)8 over 360 π(42in)8 over 360 π(8in)42 over 360

  3. shesolitt
    • one year ago
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    @sleepyhead314 can you help me with this one too? lol (:

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    @gahoolianowl @Rwelch @TheEdwardsFamily help me pleaseeeeee

  5. sleepyhead314
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    area of the full circle times the angle divided by 360

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    sorry for arriving late ~falling asleep~

  7. sleepyhead314
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    area of full circle = pi * (radius)^2

  8. sleepyhead314
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    so pi * (radius)^2 * (angle) / 360

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    okay so then the answer would be C ? @sleepyhead314

  10. sleepyhead314
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    hmm? try again? pi * (radius)^2 * (angle) / 360 radius = 8in angle = 42

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    it would be D. thank you again (((::: @sleepyhead314

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