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For the given dimensions, find the area of each figure. If necessary round to the nearest hundredth.
1.Rectangle with base 4m and height 2cm.
2. Square with side length 3.5 in.
3. Circle with diameter 9cm.

1. A = 400cm * 2cm = 800 cm^2.
2. A = (3.5^2) =
3. A = pi*r^2 = 3.14 * (9/2)^2 =
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