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The dimensions of circle B are three times the dimensions of circle A. The area of circle A is 49 cm2.

What is the area of circle B?

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    areas of circles are proportional to the square of their radii
    so
    49/area of B = r^2/(3r)^2 = 1/9
    area of B = 9(45) or 405 cm^2

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