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Q: What is the radius of a circle with a area of 35 mm squared?

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The radius of a circle with an area of 35 square inches is 3.34 inches.

A circle with a radius of 35 cm has an area of 3,848.45 square cm.

It is 35/2pi = 5.57 yards, approx.

Circumference of circle: 2*pi*35 = 220 cm rounded to the nearest whole number

The area of any circle is determined by the formula: A = πr2 where A is the area, π is "pi", the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter (approximately 3.1416), and r is the radius of a circle, or half its diameter. If your diameter is 70 feet, the radius is 35 feet. So, ... A = πr2 = (app) 3.1416 x 352 = (app) 3,848 square feet, or about 0.09 acres.

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Area of a circle = pi*radius squared

A circle with a radius of 35 feet has an area of 3,848.45 square feet.

That depends on what is meant by a 35 foot circle but the area of a circle is pi times radius squared

The radius of a circle with an area of 35 square inches is 3.34 inches.

A circle with a radius of 35 cm has an area of 3,848.45 square cm.

r = ~3.34 units.

About 3,848.45 square units.

The minute hand is the radius of the circle. Once you know the radius, you can calculate the area (pi r squared). 35 minutes is 7/12 of the area.

radius = 35/(2*pi) in cm

A circle with a radius of 35 inches has a circumference of 219.91 inches.

It is: pi*352 = 3848.451 square km to 3 decimal places

Radius: 35/2 = 17.5cm

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