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Meka plans to bake a large circular cookie for her brother. She wants to decorate the outer edge of the cookie with small pieces of chocolate. The radius of the cookie is 7 inches. Which is the closest to the circumference of the cookie?

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    The circumfrence will be 43.98230 inches

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    C=Circumference

    r=radius

    C=2*r*pi= 2*7*3.14159 =14*3.14159= 43.98226 in

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    C=almost 44 in

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