Q: What is the area of a 10ft circle?

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We don't know how 'xy' is related to the circle. We really have to see the picture. On the off-chance that 'xy' may be a diameter of the circle, the area is 78.54 square feet. But that's just a wild guess, and a shot in the dark.

i would say 10ft, which part is actually 10 ft

70 ft

7*10 = 70 square feet

The area is the length times the width. The height is irrelevant for the area.

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Area = pi R2 = 100 pi = 314.159 square feet (rounded)

We don't know how 'xy' is related to the circle. We really have to see the picture. On the off-chance that 'xy' may be a diameter of the circle, the area is 78.54 square feet. But that's just a wild guess, and a shot in the dark.

12cm is the answer

30ft

(assuming the base is a circle) area of a circle is radius squared times Pi 10 *10*3.14 = 314 square feet. note: result is rounded.

i would say 10ft, which part is actually 10 ft

70 ft

10ft 3in * 10ft 3 in = 10.25 ft*10.25 ft = 105.0625 sq ft.10ft 3in * 10ft 3 in = 10.25 ft*10.25 ft = 105.0625 sq ft.10ft 3in * 10ft 3 in = 10.25 ft*10.25 ft = 105.0625 sq ft.10ft 3in * 10ft 3 in = 10.25 ft*10.25 ft = 105.0625 sq ft.

The surface area is 69.12ft2

60 square feet.

7*10 = 70 square feet

The area is the product of (Length) times (Width)6ft by 10ft = (6 x 10) = 60 square feet.