Q: What the area of a 2cm circle?

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Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 0

The area is 12.57 cm2

The area is 22*pi, or 4pi or approximately 12.56 sq cm.

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Area = pi*r^2 = 4*pi = 12.6 square cm rounded to 1 decimal place.

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Area= pi*r2If the diameter of the circle is 2cm, the A= pi cm2If the radius of the circle is 2cm, then: A=3.14159*4=12.567 cm2

Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 0

The area is 12.57 cm2

The area of a circle with a diameter of two cm is about 3.1416 cm.

The area is 22*pi, or 4pi or approximately 12.56 sq cm.

If r = 2 cm, then A = 12.6 cm2

The area is 22*pi, or 4pi or approximately 12.56 sq cm.

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Area = pi*r^2 = 4*pi = 12.6 square cm rounded to 1 decimal place.

base x height = area 2 cm x 2cm = 2cm^2 (squared) :)

2cm; the diameter of a circle is twice its radius.

Approximately 0.637cm