Posted by **Thomas** on Sunday, January 5, 2014 at 5:27pm.

A triangle has an area of 15 cm^2 and a base of 5 cm. If a circle is drawn with a diameter equal to the length of the triangle's height, what is the area of the circle ?

a. 6 pi cm^2

b. 9 pi cm^2

c. 12 pi cm^2

d. 18 pi cm^2

e. 36 pi cm^2

please answer and explain

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