Posted by Derringer on September 29, 2002 at 14:30:12:
In Reply to: Re: Area and circumference of a circle posted by Denis Borris on September 28, 2002 at 22:27:38:
: : : : How do I find the area of a circle with a circumference of 100 pi? How do I find the circumference if the area is 100 pi?
: : : : All I have for information is that the area of a circle is A=(pi) (r^2) and that the circumference is is C=(2pi)(r)
: : : Solve for r then plug it into the other equation.
: : : What is the radius of a circle with circumference of 100 pi?
: : : Then with that answer find the Area.
: : So, would that look like:
: : r=2pi divided by 100pi?
: Gee, you ain't too fast on the draw, Derringer!
: if circumference is 100(pi), then 2r(pi) = 100(pi)
: so 2r = 100 : divide each side by (pi)
: r = 50
: ....now you figure out area!
: if area is 100(pi), then (pi)r^2 = 100(pi)
: so r^2 = 100 : divide each side by (pi)
: r = 10
: ...now you figure out the circumference!
Thanks guys, I've been a little off on my skills lately.
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