The answer isn't 18. After looking at the material Ms Sue posted for the previous question, rework this one with that information.
Yes, I reworked it and I got 27 m.
I did this problem and I got 28.27...hm.. is my calculator incorrect?
I don't think so since I went to the site and the area of a circle is pi r^2
r= 3 and they have the same problem on the site that was given by Ms.Sue!... o.O;;
Reading below, if you use 3 instead of 3.14..etc.
then you get 27 so that is correct. =D
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