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Q: What is the area of a circle with a radius of 10cm?

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The circumference of a circle with radius of 10cm is: 62.83 cm

It is half of a circle; the circle's radius (and that of the semicircle) is 10 cm.

Total SA = 1,256.6 cm2

A circle of radius 10cm has a circumference of 2πr cm = 2π x 10 = 62.83 cmIf the diameter equalled 10cm then the radius equalled 5 cm and the circumference of this circle = 2π x 5 = 31.42 cm

When you try to figure out an area of a circle, you square the radius, then multiply it by pi to get the area of a circle. A radius square is radius x radius, or radius squared.

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The area is 314 cm2

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The circumference of a circle with radius of 10cm is: 62.83 cm

Using 3.14 as Pi the area of circle is: 314.0

The area of a 10cm circle is 314.16cm2 ( squared)

It is half of a circle; the circle's radius (and that of the semicircle) is 10 cm.

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Radius = diameter/2 = 5 cm

A circle with a radius of 10 cm has a circumference of 62.83 cm.

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