1. 2 034.72 sq. inch

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two.

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch8. 21.98 sq. inch

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch8. 21.98 sq. inch9. 38. 47 sq. inch

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch8. 21.98 sq. inch9. 38. 47 sq. inch10. 38.47 sq. inch

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch8. 21.98 sq. inch9. 38. 47 sq. inch10. 38.47 sq. inch11. 113.04 sq. inch

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch8. 21.98 sq. inch9. 38. 47 sq. inch10. 38.47 sq. inch11. 113.04 sq. inch12. 95. 38 sq. ft

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch8. 21.98 sq. inch9. 38. 47 sq. inch10. 38.47 sq. inch11. 113.04 sq. inch12. 95. 38 sq. ft13. 124. 63 sq. cm

1. 2 034.72 sq. inch2. 706.5 sq. cm3. 21.20 sq. m4. 100.48 sq. inch5. No, because the solution is required to squared the radius, it can't be equal for any number multiplied by two. 6. 94. 99 sq. cm7. 9 inch8. 21.98 sq. inch9. 38. 47 sq. inch10. 38.47 sq. inch11. 113.04 sq. inch12. 95. 38 sq. ft13. 124. 63 sq. cm14. Yes, because in the formula, radius are required, the both circle have the same radius.

Solution and Explanation:

In the given problems, always remember the formula for finding the area of the circle is πr^2 where π equals 3.14 (constant) and r is the radius of the circle, note: the radius is the half of the diameter. Let's solve some problems, and try solving others. All the problem have the same process of solution.

For number 1, 9-12. Just follow the formula and always remember that if the given is diameter, get the radius by dividing it by two.

For example in the number one, (3.14)(18)^2, the result would be 2 034.72 sq. inch. The given is 36 as diameter, so the radius would be 18 inches.

In other problems, just follow for what the problem is, for example in the number. The ratio is 1:3, so the size of its ratio can be 5:15.

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