area of circle
posted by jodie .
My circle has a radius of 8ft. What is the distance of the circle?
What "distance" are you talking about? Diameter? Circumference?
What is the area of a circle with the radius of 32 cm????

In fig o is the center of circle AB 3cm and BC 4 cm then find the area of the shaded region
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