Q: What is the area of a circle 5m?

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Use the formula: A = pi x r2. That is, area = pi x radius squared.

The area of a rectangle measuring 9m x 5m is 45 square meters.

9m x 5m = 45 m2

Area of a rectangle is width times lenght. 14m in lenght (times) 5m in width = 70m2

um i think you multiply them

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Area = pi*r2 = pi*52 = 78.54 sq metres

78.5m2a = (3.14) (5m)2a = (3.14) (25m2)a = 78.5m2

Use the formula: A = pi x r2. That is, area = pi x radius squared.

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diameter= 5m radius= diameter/2 = 5/2 =2.5m area of the circle= πr*r =22/7*2.5*2.5 =19.64....m

you do 9m x 5m =45m to easy

8m*5m=40 m2 The area of the rectangle is 40m2

Radius of circle: 5/2*pi m

The area of a rectangle measuring 9m x 5m is 45 square meters.

The radius of a cone with an area of 25m2 and a slant of 5m is: 1.592 m

Circumference of the circle: 2*pi*5 = 10*pi m

9m x 5m = 45 m2