Posted by **Diane** on Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 5:02pm.

Calculate the area of the base of a fountain if the distance from the center of the fountain to the edge of the base is 10ft

a. 314 sq ft

b. 414 sq ft.

c. 514 sq ft

d. 614 sq ft

I believe the answer is A 3.14(10)(10) = 314 sq ft

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