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The area of a circle with a diameter of 10 centimeters is: 78.54 cm2

The area of a circle whose diameter is 10 cm is: 78.54 cm2

The area of a circle is A = pi times diameter² / 4. Given diameter d = 10 inches. Area A = 78.5398 inches².

A circle that has an area of 78.5 square feet has a diameter of 10 feet.

Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 78.5

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The area of a circle with a diameter of 10 centimeters is: 78.54 cm2

The area of a circle that has a 10 ft diameter is: 78.54 square feet.

The area of a circle whose diameter is 10 cm is: 78.54 cm2

The area of a circle is A = pi times diameter² / 4. Given diameter d = 10 inches. Area A = 78.5398 inches².

A 10-inch circle has an area of 78.54 inches2

Area of the circle is about 10 square units

25 pi

78.53981634 square units

If 10 diameter means 10 ft diameter then the area is 78.54 sq.ft.

A circle that has an area of 78.5 square feet has a diameter of 10 feet.

That's easy - 10. Or did you mean circumference or area?

Area of the circle = pi*radius2 = pi*52

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