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Q: How do you figure out the area of a circle?

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To find the area of the circle pi*radius*squared and subtract the area of the figure inside

It is called perimeter.

A = Pi(r)2: A circle with a radius of 8 cm has an area of 201.06 square cm.

The approximate area of the circle in question is 85 square meters. In order to figure this out, remember you need to break it down into figuring out the square root of the chord. You also need to figure out the area beneath an arc in the circle.

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Area=3.14 x radius2

To find the area of the circle pi*radius*squared and subtract the area of the figure inside

The area of any circle = pi*radius2

That depends what kind of figure you are talking about. The formula for the area of a circle is quite different from the area of a rectangle, for example.That depends what kind of figure you are talking about. The formula for the area of a circle is quite different from the area of a rectangle, for example.That depends what kind of figure you are talking about. The formula for the area of a circle is quite different from the area of a rectangle, for example.That depends what kind of figure you are talking about. The formula for the area of a circle is quite different from the area of a rectangle, for example.

The formula for the area of a circle is: area = pi x radius2. The radius is half the diameter.

Some kind of complicated formula.

pi times radius squared. :)

Figure out its radius and multiply it by pi or 3.14.

Figure out the square root

Figure it out. AREA= 3.14 times the radius squared.

Surface area concerns a 3-dimensional figure such as a cube or sphere. Area concerns a 2-dimensional figure such as a square or circle.

A semi-circle is a two dimensional figure so it can have area but NOT volume. To find the area of a semi-circle see the question below.

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