Q: What are the inches squared in a circle with a radius of 7 inches?

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Area of any circle = pi*radius squared

A circle 14 inches in diameter has a radius of 7 inches, and a circle having a radius of 7 inches has a diameter of 14 inches.

14 inches.

7 inches, radius+1in=diameter. Always.

43.982"

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Area of a circle: pi*radius squared

Area of any circle = pi*radius squared

A circle 14 inches in diameter has a radius of 7 inches, and a circle having a radius of 7 inches has a diameter of 14 inches.

General formula for a circle is X squared + Y squared = radius squared. So the answer would be x squared + y squared = 2.64575131 squared

The radius is 7 inches.

Area of any circle = pi*radius squared

14 inches.

7 inches, radius+1in=diameter. Always.

C = 44 inches.

43.982"

Diameter is twice the radius=14"

It is: pi*3.5 squared inches