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Becca wants to make a giant cherry pie to try to break the world record. If she succeeds in making a pie with a 20 foot diameter, what will be the total distance around the pie?

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1. C = pi*d = pi*20

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2. Need help

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3. hmmm

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4. 62.83 feet

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5. 42

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6. PiÃ—20=62.8

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7. 42

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