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my answer: 1.59m

If an area in the form of a circle is to be roped off by a rope 10m long, what will be the radius of this area? Round your answer to two decimal places.

  • Geometry -

    circumference = pi*D = 10m, so
    D = 10m/pi = 3.183m
    radius = D/2 = 1.59m

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    yes

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