of 432 cm2

^{2})

^{2}[Divided both sides of the equation by pi]

**√(Area/pi) = Radius**[Took the square root (√) of both sides]

^{2}) and pi (3.14159) into the formula above to compute the value of the Radius.

Find the radius (to the nearest hundredths) of a circle with an area

of 432 cm2

of 432 cm2

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The area of a circle is given by:

Area = (pi)*(Radius^{2})

Where pi = 3.14159... You need to solve for the Radius:

Area/pi = Radius^{2} [Divided both sides of the equation by pi]

Plug in the values for Area (432 cm^{2}) and pi (3.14159) into the formula above to compute the value of the Radius.

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