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Q: Find the area of a circle with diameter 8 miles use 3.14 for pi round results to two decimal places?

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The diameter of a circle whose circumference is 6 inches = 1.91 inches (rounded to 2 decimal places).

Circumference of the circle: 23*pi = 72.257 inches rounded up to 3 decimal places

Circumference: 37*pi = 116.239 feet rounded up to three decimal places

If the table is a circle and the perimeter is 40 feet, then the diameter (rounded to 2 decimal places) would be 12.74 circumference = diameter x pi so, diameter = circumference / pi

Circumference of circle: 6*pi = 18.85 inches rounded to two decimal places

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