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Q: How many acres in a circle with a radius of 3 miles?

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Use the formula for the area of a circle: area = pi x radius2. Then convert square miles to acres.

This is the area of a circle with a radius of 100 miles →area = π × radius² = π × (100 miles)² = 10,000π sq miles ≈ 31416 sq miles

Three square miles is 1,920 acres.

Answer: 3 acres = 0.004687 square miles.

5 acres is 0.0078125 square miles.

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Approx 7238,230 acres.

128,679.6 (rounded)

1 sq mile = 640 acres area circle = π × radius² = π × (2.5 miles)² = π × 6.25 sq miles = π × 6.25 × 640 acres = 4000π acres ≈ 12,566 acres.

Use the formula for the area of a circle: area = pi x radius2. Then convert square miles to acres.

272.066 acres

130.47 acres.

48.494 acres

1 square mile = 640 acres Area of the circle is π x 502 square miles = π x 502 x 640 acres ~= 5,026,548 acres

The area of a circle can be worked out by the formula πr2 , where r is the radius of the circle and π (pi) is the ratio of the circumference to the diameter (= 3.142 to three decimal places) So 3.142 × 122 = 3.142 × 144 = 452.4 square miles There are 640 acres in one square mile, so 640 × 452.4 = 289,530 acres In a circle of six miles radius, the area covered is 289,530 acres.

1 square mile = 640 acres.Area of a circle = (pi) (radius)2Area = (pi) (0.5)2 = 0.25 pi = 0.7854 square mile = 502.655 acres. (rounded)

Approximately 58.42 (58.4180452) acres.

A circle with a circumference of 188 miles has an area of about 1,800,055 acres.

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