Q: Formula to find the area of a quadrant?

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In the first quadrant.

It is the sum of its 4 sides which is its perimeter.

perimeter of what quadrant?

The formula to find area is you do the radius squared times pi or 3.14

A formula is needed to find the area of a parallelogram. It is a very simple formula which notates Area = base x height.

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If the radius of the circle is r, then the area of the quadrant is 0.25*pi*r^2

Presumably the plate is completely flat. The circumference will be 4*25 = 100 cm. First find the radius of the plate by rearranging the formula: 2*pi*radius = 100cm radius = 100/2*pi = 15.91549431 cm. Now use the formula pi*radius2 to find the area of the plate, and then divide your answer by 4 to give you the area of the quadrant. pi*15.915494312 = 795.7747155/4 = 198.9436789cm2. Therefore, the area of the quadrant is 199 cm2 correct to three significant figures.

Since the suprapubic area is just above the pubic area, it would likely be located in both the left lower quadrant and right lower quadrant.

In the first quadrant.

It is the sum of its 4 sides which is its perimeter.

perimeter of what quadrant?

The formula to find area is you do the radius squared times pi or 3.14

Area of a quadrant = 0.5x(side A + opposite side B)x0.5x(side C + opposite side D) Area of a quadrant = 0.5x(side A + opposite side B)x0.5x(side C + opposite side D)

The area formula for the parallelogram is related to the area formula for a rectangle because you can make the parallelogram into a rectangle to find the area.

A formula is needed to find the area of a parallelogram. It is a very simple formula which notates Area = base x height.

An area to sail in.

The formula to find the area of a circle is: A = pi * r2