LEV K. answered • 12/15/19

Mid and High School Math and SAT prep

2*pi*R = 148

You could find from it the R = 148 / (2*pi) = 23.55

The Area is pi * R^2 = pi * 23.55^2 = 1742.34

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LEV K. answered • 12/15/19

Mid and High School Math and SAT prep

2*pi*R = 148

You could find from it the R = 148 / (2*pi) = 23.55

The Area is pi * R^2 = pi * 23.55^2 = 1742.34

Peter K. answered • 12/15/19

Certified Math Teacher with New York State Regents Teaching Experience

^{2} is the area of the circle. By algebra, and the fact that 2πr = 148 ft, we know that r = (148/2π) ft, so A = πr^{2} = π(148/2π)^{2} ft^{2 }= (5476/π) ft^{2}

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Peter K.

12/15/19