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how would you find the length of a semicircle using pie 22/7 when the radius shown is 14 ?

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    You must mean :
    find the perimeter of a semicircle.

    perimeter = diameter + 1/2(circumference of circle)
    = 2(14) + (1/2)(2)(22/7)(14)
    = ....

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