Q: What is the area of a circle with a radius of 16 cm?

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A circle with a radius of 16 cm has an area of 804.25 square cm.

If a circle has a circumference of 16 cm then the radius is about: 2.546 cm

Area of a circle = π*r2 =π*16 =16*pi cm2

The probability as a fraction that a point chosen at random within a circle of radius 10 cm will be inside a concentric circle of radius 4 cm is the ratio of the area of the smaller circle (4 cm radius) to the area of the larger circle (10 cm radius). Therefore, the probability is (4^2)/(10^2) = 16/100 = 4/25.

Area of a circle in square cm = pi*radius squared

4 cm radius = Area of 50.26548 sq. cm.

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