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Use 3.14 for pie to estimate the area of a circle. The diameter is given. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth if necessary. (the diameter is 16.8)
2. Find the missing length. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. (7,19)

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  1. 1. r = 8.4
    area = π(8.4)^2 = 221.67 to the nearest hundredth using a proper value of π
    (nobody uses 3.14 anymore, that is so 1960's,
    if you did it would be 221.56 , quite an error)

    #2, - incomplete

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  2. The answer is 221.56 because they didn't want you to use ~ they wanted you to use 3.14. Reiny a lot of people still use 3.14 because they teach it in school.

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  3. Wait this isnt for connexus the answers are
    44.27
    177.1
    624.26
    2497.05
    not 221.56 like what the heck

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  4. I need the answers not some bull

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  5. the answer would be 221.67 in some cases😊

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  6. I need answers, please.

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  7. The answer is 624.26m

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  8. whats the answer? i have the same choices as @Anonymous
    (aka)
    a. 44.27 m^2
    b. 177.1 m^2
    c. 624.26 m^2
    d. 2497.05 m^2
    pls help i need this now by today not a year later

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