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Q: What is Pi squared plus Pi squared?

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the same as pi squared, which is 9.86960440109

if you mean PI squared + PI squared / by 2 then that is.... 4.9298 solved on paper ... BUT if you mean what you said, the answer is YUMMY!

(pi times radius squared) plus (pi times radius times slant).

pi squared = approximately 9.8696044

pi squared is 9.869604401... pi cubed is 31.00627668

it is pi..... wait no it isnt.....pi squared to the one half power is not pi...

It's about 34 and a third

No because pi still remains as an irrational when squared.

the volume of a cylinder is (pi)r squared times the height, same as a circle but plus the height so the answer here would be ((pi) x 1) squared x 5. or 5 pi squared

The surface area of a (closed) cylinder equals the surface area of both bases (the top and bottom), i.e. pi x radius squared (first base) + pi x radius squared (second base), plus the lateral surface area (the surface area of the curved side), i.e. circumference (pi x diameter) x height. Inserting the numbers: SA = pi x (2 m.) squared + pi x (2 m.) squared + pi x 4 m. x 6 m. = pi x 4 m. squared + pi x 4 m. squared + pi x 24 m. squared = 8 x pi m. squared + 24 x pi m. squared = 32 x pi meters squared.

It is: 144*pi

pi times the radius squared pi r squared

The formula for volume is 1/3 Bh ( 1/3 pi times radius squared times the height.) The formula for surface area is 2 pi r h plus 2 pi r squared.

104

It is not possible to answer the question because the squared hypotenuse can have any positive value.

pi radius squared. (radius squared, then multiply by pi.)

No

The square root of pi times pi is simply pi. Because pi*pi=pi squared, the squared and the square root will cancel each other, leaving just pi.

Square root of Pi is about 1.772

The same as pi squared, which is roughly 9.86960440109

About 20.29791

Pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its radius and equals approx 3.14. Therefore pi squared is 3.14... x 3.14... = 9.8696.

the formula for a cylinder is pi *radius squared*height

The area of a circle = pi*r2

Yes.