Q: What is the Are of a largest circle that can be draw in a square that sides is 32.5 centimeters?

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π × (16.25cm)2 = 264.0625π cm2 ≈ 829.5761cm2

The sides of the Square.

25 square centimeters.

324 square centimeters.

pi*radius2 = 169*pi Divide both sides by pi then square root both sides to find the radius: radius = 13 and 2*13 = a diameter of 26 cm

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π × (16.25cm)2 = 264.0625π cm2 ≈ 829.5761cm2

Largest area = pi*182 = 1017.876 square cm to 3 dp

pi*r2 = 28.26 Divide both sides by pi: r2 = 8.995437384 Square root both sides: radius = 2.999239468 diameter = 2*radius: diameter = 5.998478935 or 6 centimeters to the nearest cm.

The diameter length of the circle would be the same as the side length of the square. If a is the side of the square, then the radius is a/2, and the area of the circle would be (1/4)(pi)(a^2).

NO. A square has 4 equal sides with the sides perpendicular each other. A circle has infinite sides.

The sides of the Square.

It would be 32.8 centimeters. A square has 4 sides and equal sides. So 8.2 x 4 equals 32.8

25 square centimeters.

324 square centimeters.

No, because the two lowest sides have equal more than the largest when added.

pi*radius2 = 169*pi Divide both sides by pi then square root both sides to find the radius: radius = 13 and 2*13 = a diameter of 26 cm

If the area of a square is 49 square centimeters, the length of each of its sides are: 7 cm.